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GENERAL INDEX 

Hazlitt's Handbook 

Bibliographical Collections 

(1867— 1889) tSoVJ 
By G. J. GRAY 



Edited bv W. CAREW HAZLITT 



LONDON 
BERNARD QUARITCH, 15 PICCADILLY 



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^ PREFACE. 

After an unexpected, but not altogether avoidable, delay, the Index to 
my Handbook, 1867, and to my Collections, 1876-89, which Mr. Gray 
of Cambridge spontaneously offered to compile as a labour of love, is at 
length offered to the public, and cannot fail to prove a great boon to all 
who may have hereafter occasion to consult the serial descriptive Cata- 
logues of Early English Literature published by me since 1 876, in common 
with the Handbook itself, the repository of much useful information, which 
there has been no reason to supersede or repeat. 

The plan on which Mr. Gray has proceeded is unquestionably most 
elaborate and exhaustive, but that it errs on that side, I do not wish or 
mean to say ; for my experience teaches me that the multiplication of 
entries, references, and cross-references can hardly be carried too far, 
looking at the manifold variety of purposes for which such a work as 
mine is apt to serve. 

The task has been laborious and irksome, I suspect, beyond Mr. 
Gray's worst or best expectations ; and he is to be warmly congratulated 
on having finally brought it to a satisfactory close. 

I must add that for the principle and scale on which the Index is 
executed Mr. Gray is alone responsible. 

Here my system of periodical issues of the result of my study of the 
bibliographical product of the auction-rooms and of the stores of my good 
friends the booksellers must terminate. Whatever my future gleanings 
may be, they will necessarily remain in the manuscript form for my own 
personal use or that of my friends and fellow-labourers. 



W. C. H. 



Babjtcb Common, Surrey, 
Sovembtr 1892. 



EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS. 

H. Hazlitt'8 Handbook, 1867. 
L „ Collections and Notes, 1876. 

n. „ „ „ Second Series, 1882. 

IIL „ „ „ Third Series, 1887. 

rV. „ „ „ Supplements to the Third Series, 1889. 

A. The Antiquary, vol. xx., 1889. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



A. 



19. 



I., B.y Gent King James His Apo- 
thegmes, 1643, ^^i* '^5* 

t, B., Printer. See Bernard Alsop. 
, 0. Verses in N. Breton's Wil of 
Wit, 1597. 
%.y 0. Ti-anslaied Z. Riehomey Holy 

PictTires, 161 9. 
H* £. [Edmund Arwaker]. Elegy on 
Elizabeth, Duchess of Ormond, 1684, 
II. I. 
A., EL Translated Jf. GrihaldVa Epistle, 

1550- 
A-t E. [Edward Aggas]. Translated : 

Admonition given by one of the 
Dnke of Savoyes Councel, 1589, II. 
228, IV. 164. — Contre-League, and 
answers to certain Letters, 1589, I. 
168. — Declaration set forth by the 
Frenche Kinge, 1585, 11. 227. — De 
la Nout^s Politicke and Militarie 
Discourses, 1587. — De Momaifs De- 
fence of Death, 1577. — Excellent 
Discourse upon the now present estate 
of France, 1592, II. 23. — Journal, 
wherein is set down, &c, 1592, IL 
230. — Kings Declarations upon his 
Edicts for Combats, 16 13, I. 170. — 
Order of Ceremonies at coronation of 
. . . Henry IV. of France, 1594, IL 
230. — State Discourse upon the late 
hurt of the French King, 1595, 1. 169. 
— ^True Discourse of the whole occurs 
renoes, &c. , 1 60 1 , 1. 169. See Agga». 

A., E., Printer, See Edward Allde, 

A.fi,,Print€r, Caetij 1 5 9 1 , L 1 68, III. 84. 

A., E. Verses in Philocrates, The 
Eoyal Sacrifice, 1648. 

A., F. Letter, touching the proceedings 
in a PriYate Quarrell, 1580, H. i. 

A., F., at Worcester. C. Barksdcde's 
Nyropha Libethris, 165 1, printed for. 



A., F. Translated S, Ford^s Fall and 

funeral of Northampton, 1677. 
A., Q. FaUas Armata, 1639, H. i, II. i. 
A., Q. Verses in Alex. Nevile, de 

Furoribus Norf. Ketto Duce, 1575. 
A., H. Parthenia Sacra, 1633. See 

Hen. Hawkins. 
A., H. [Henry Austin]. Translated 

Ovid's Scourge of Venus, 16 13. 
A., H. Verses in Mrs. K, Philip^ 

Poems, 1664. 
A., L Translated Pliny's Summary of 

Antiquities, 1566. 
A., L Verses in Humphrey Milts 

Poems, 1639. 
A., J. Funeral Elegy on Major Edward 

Grey, 1644, H. 244, II. i. 
A., J. Good Woman's Champion, 

[1640], H. r^ II. I. 
A., J. Vindication of the Eoman 

Catholicks, 1660, II. i. 
A., J. Translator of Great Wonders 

that are chauneed in the realme of 

Naples, 1566, H. 175. 
A., J., Bookseller f 1639, I. 209; 1641, 

IL 639, H. 99. 
A., J., Printer, 1680, IT. 70; 1681, 

m. 258; 1682, III. 279, IL 373; 

1687, L 481. 
A., L. Translator of Bellianis, 1598. — 

Seventh and Eighth Books of the 

Myrrour of Knighthood^ 1598-91 H. 

321. 
A., M. Discovery and confutation of a 

Tragicall Fiction, 1599, H. 574. 
A., M. Poems, 1668, II. i. 
A., Lady M. C. Our Ladie hath a new 

Sonne, by C. iV., 1595, ded, to. 
A., 0. The Uncasing of Heresie, 1623, 

I. 10. 
A., P. See Patrick Forbes. 

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A., P. Vex ClamantiSy 1684, I. 10. 
A,, P., Gent. Translated The Count of 

GabcUis, 1680. III. 28. — Life of Pope 

Alexander VIL, 1667, IL 7. 
A., B. Alphabet pf the Holy Proverbs 

of Solomon, 1596, fi. 566. 
A., B., Cantab. Elegy upon the Earl of 

Southampton and Xiord Wriottesley, 

1624, IL I. 
A.y B., Chnf. ^SGfp the fabulist, meta- 

morphosed luid mythologyeed, 1634, 

I. 4. — y ailant Welshman, 1 6 1 5 , 

1663, H. 471. 
A., B., Printer, See Robert Auetin. 
A., 8. The Widow's Mite, by A. G,, 

1619, ded. to. 
A., 8. Translated De Moden's Pouerdl 

of the Mass, 1673. 
A., 8. W. Most easy Iiistrnctions for 

Heading, &c [1610I II. 667. 
A., T. Massacre of Mx)ney, 1602. See 

T. Aylwortk 
A., T. Some . Reflections upon a late 

pamphlet, 1 681, II. i. 
A., T. Letter of a Catholike Man, 

16 10, IIL I. 
A., T. Verses in Simon Laiham*8 

Falconry, 1615. 
A., T., BooJcseller, 1641, L 266; n,d., 

IL 145. 
A., Th., J. C. Catholique Traditions, 

1609, 1. 473 ; i6to, IIL I. 
A., Sir W., Knt Supplement to 

Countesse of Pembroke's Arcadia, 

1629, L 496. 
A., W., Barrister -at' Law. Apology 

for the East India Company, 1690, 

IIL I. 
A., W. Dedication of las. Shirley** 

Loves Cruel tie, 1640. 
A., W. Meditations, Ac^ in Ralph 

Crane^s Handful of Celestial Flowers 

[1^33]. 
A., W. Preface to De Parens Comical 

History of Francion, 1 703. 
A., W. [William AglionbyJ. Present 

State of the United Provinces of the 

Low Country, 1669, IL i. 
A., W. Translated C. Maupas* French 

Grammar, 1634. 
A. B. 0. Powell, [1545], H. 2, I. i. — 

A New. Miles Huggai'd^ i557' — 

All the Letters of the, 1575, H. 2, 1. 

I.— both in latin and english, [1538], 



!• 473* — French, 1615, II. 232.— 
Godly and Christian, n.^., H. 2, 1. 473. 
— M. P[arker] his, 1629, II. 443. — of 
a priest called Heugh Stourmy^ '55 7~ 
58, IL 583.— or a Century of Epi- 
grams. R. Westy 1608.— or Horn 
Book,[i625], IL 291. — or Institution 
of a Christian, 1631, IIL i. — The 
Virgins, n,d, H. 2. — to the Christian 
Congregation. Titos KneUy n.d. — 
with a Catechism, 1646, A. 164. — 
with the Lord's Prayer, &c., 1553, 
I. 473. — with the Pater-noster, &c. 
[1559], IV. I. — Young Man's, 1684, 

A. B. O. D. Edarium Anglico-Latinum. 
Richard Huloet, 1552. 

A Fayringe I am, 1586, IL 33. 

A great complainte and that somethyng 
faynte, 1 565^-6, IL 30. 

A harte declarynge his heavenes, 1565- 
66, IL 30. 

A La Mode, 1647, H. 345. 

A la mode de Paris, [1659], IL 179. 

A Rare a Show, 1688, III. 314. 

A Woefull Waminge to our wanton 
willes, 1582, IL 33. 

Abacho. Arithmetica, 1590, IL 2. 

Abantiadea, Seleucus. & N.'s Aula 
Lucis, 165 1-2, ded. to. 

Abbot, Eliz. Seabrook, alias. Appre- 
hension, arraignment, <&c. of, 1608, 
IL 3S7, IV. 60. 

Abbot, George, Archb. of Canlerbtiry. 
Brief Description of the Whole 
World, 1635, Li; 1641, IL 2 ; 
1656, A. 163. — Letter against tole- 
rating the Popish Religion, 1642, 
IV. 18. — Contributor to AcademisB 
Oxoniensis Pietas, &c, 1603, H. 296. 
— Preface to Examination of George 
Sprot, by Sir W. Hart, 1608. — Notice 
of, in J. Dunbar's Epigrams, 16 16. 
— Verses to, in L. PetriLcci^e Apologia, 
1 6 1 9. — E. Breretoood's Enquiries, 
1 6 14. Aiit. CliampTtey 8 Yoc&tion of 
Bishops, 1 6 16. Sir J. Hay wards 
Sanctuary of a troubled Soul, 16 16. 
Hen. Lord^s Discovery of the Sect 
of the Banians, 1630. S. Purclias* 
Pilgrimage, 16 13, ded. to. 

Abbot, George, M.P. The Psalms 
paraphrased, 1650, IL 2. 

Abbot, John, alias Rivera Divine 



ABBOT 



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Rhapsodies [1647], H. 2, 1648, H. 2. 
— Jesus Prefigured, 1623, H. i. — 
Sad State of a distracted kingdom, 
1645, H* ^f ^ 3^®- — Mentioned, in 
Copy of the Prisoners Judgetoent 
condemned to dye from Newgate, 
1641, L 342. 
Abbot, Sir Maurice, Lord Mayor of 
London. Porta Pietatis, Shows, &c. 
at the initiation of, Thott. Hei/tcood, 
1638, H. 273. — Cftr, BorrCa Cochin 
China, 1633, ded. to. 
Abbot of Evjil Piofjrtes. Copy of the 

Commandment General, H. 2. 
Abdelmier: or the Moor's revenge. 

A, BeJin, 1693. 
Abdella, Alkaid Jaurar Ben, and Bobcrt 
Blake, Arrival and Entertainments 
of, 1637, H. 40, I 39. 
Abdicated, The Debate at Large, re« 

lating to the word, 1695, ^^* ''5* 
Abdicated Prince, The, 1690, lY. 

148. 
Abel, Alderman, and R Kilvert Dia* 
logue between, 1641, H. 485. — ^Last 
Discourse, 1641, H. 485. — Exact 
Legendary, containing the whole life 
of, 1 64 1, H. 485. 
Abel being dead yeat speaketh. John 

Norton^ 1658. 
Abel Kedivivus. Thomas Fuller, 1651. 
Abell, John. Songs, 1701, IL 2. 
AbeU, Thomas. Invicta Veritas, 1532, 

L I. 
Abereom, James, Eari of. Peter 
Lowe's Chirurgy, 1634, ded, to* — 
Notice of, in J, Dunbar's Epigroms, 
161 6. 
AbercrombjTi David. Discourse of Wit, 

1686, UI. I. 
Aberdeen, George, Earl of. Sir J. 
Dalrymjple's Decisions of the Lor4s 
of Council, 1683, ded, to, 
Aberdeen, General demand of Doctoirs 
of Divinity and Ministers in, i66a, 
IL 543. — Panegyricus Inauguralis. 
A, Straehan^ 1631. — ^Popes Proces- 
sion at, 1689, II. 544. — Survey of 
the City. AleJi>. Skeriej 1685, 
Ahnd/deikBookseUers : AKeith,[i7ool 
Jas. Chalmers, 176a D. Melvill, 
1622-33. — Printers: James Brown, 
1651-60. John Forbes, 1662-66. 
John Forbes, yr., 1670-85. Jas. 



Nichol, 17 1 1. Edw. Rabati, 1621- 
45. — Printed: 1622, H. 487; 1633, 
U. 314, 512 ; 1660, EL 94. 

Abergavenny, Hen. Neville, Baron. 
J. de Serres' Sweete Thoughts of 
Death, 1632, ded, to, 

Abemetby, Adam. Ecloga Regalis, 
1625, H. 2, IL 667. 

Abemethy, Thomaa Abjuration of 
Popery, 1638, IL 3. — Andrew Earn' 
say's Waruing, &c., at the receiving 
of, 1638, 

AberwidL, True Report of a Strange 
and Monstrous child bom at, 1580, 
H. 424. 

Abhoixers and Addressors. Second Let- 
ter upon, 1682, II. 346. 

Abingdon, Jame»<, Earl of, J, Aubrey's 
Miscellanies, 1696. Cornelius Ne* 
pos, tr. H. Cruttenden, 1684. Drij- 
derCs Eleonora, 1692. Rob, Gould! s 
Poems, 1689, Presbytery Rough- 
drawn, by B, G,, 1683, ded, to, 

Abingdon, Countess of, J, DrydetCs 
Eleonora, 1692, in memory of. 

Abingdon, In honour of. John Richard^ 
Sony 1 64 1. — Lord Digby's design to 
betray, 1644, II. 175. — Mery Jest of 
the mylner of, And, Borde^ n,d, — 
Pleasant History of the two angry 
women of, Hen, Porter^ 1599* 

Ablngton, Wm., Bookseller, 1684, II. 

465. 
Ablngton, Wm. Contribute>I to Jon- 

sonus VirUus, 1636, 1. 240. 

Abney, Mrs. Sarah, Mrs. Mary, and 
Mr& Eliz,, daughters of Sir Thos. 
Abney. Isaac Watts' Art of Read- 
ing, 1 72 1, ded. to, 

Abraham and Sara, New Ballad of, 
1586, IL 2. 

Abraham offered Isaac, Ballad how, 
1568, IL 2. 

Abraham's sacrifice. T. Beza, 1577. 

Abra-Mnld, or true history of the de- 
thronement of Mahomet lY. Le 
Noble, 1696. 

Absalom and Achitophel. JohnDryden, 
1682. 

Absalom Senior, 1680, 1682, II. 2, 

Abstinence, Discourse upon prodigious. 
John Reynolds, 1669. 

Abuse, School of. Stephen Gosson, 

1579. 



ABUSE 



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Abnse stript and whipt. Geo, Wither^ 
1613. 

Abuses, Anatomy of. Philip Stubbes, 
1583. — Nipping or Snipping of. 
John Taylor, 1614. — Proposals for 
the Reform ot TFwi. Gery, 1659. — 
Twelve Steppes of. St, Augustine^ 

1550. 
Abyssinia, Account of. John Leo's 

Geographical History of Africa, 

1600. 
Abyssinian Philosophy confuted. It 

St. Clair, 1697. 
Acadns. Parallelismus, 1626, II. 2. — 

a Parallel, 1626, 11. 2. 
Academia, or Humours of the Uni- 

versity of Oxford. A, D^Anvers, 

1 69 1. 
AcademisB quae aliquando fuere et hodie 

sunt in Europa. M, Windsor, 1590. 

— totius Europae, 1586, H. 2. 
Academiamm examen. John Webster, 

1654. — Vindiciae, 1654, II. 2. 
Academical Discourses. G, F, Lore- 

dano, 1664. 
Academy, The. Edward Chamberlayne, 

1671. 
Academy, The New. Richard Brome, 

1659. 
Academy of Compliments, 1640, H. 

2, L I, 2; i645> I- 2; 1650, H. 2, 

I. 2; 1654, III. 196; 1655, H. 2; 

1658, H. 2, I. 2 ; 1663, III. 196; 

1664, H. 2, III. 196; 1685, I. 2. 

?By J, Gough, H. 234. 
Academy of Compliments erected for 

Ladies, 1681, H. 2. 
Academy of Compliments, Delightlul 

New, [1780], I. I, 
Academy of Compliments, New, 1669, 

H. 2,; 1670, 11. 2; 167T, A. 164; 

1681, IV. I ; 1713, L I ; 1734, II. 2. 
Academy of Compliments, Newest, 

1701, L 2. 
Academy of Pleasure, 1656, H. 2. 
Academy of True Wisdom. «/. W., 

1694. 
Acarete, Mon& Voyage up the Eiver 

of Plata, in Voyages and Discoveries 

in S. America, 1698, II. 623. 
Accidence, [1495]) H. 685, I. 2. 

John Stanbridge, n,d. — commenc't 

Grammar. John Milton, 1669. — 

English. Joshua Poole, 1655. 



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John Stockwood, 1590. — Examine* 
tion of the. T, C, 1606, I. 478. — 
explained. C, Hoole, 167 1. — Latin 
and Irish, 1562-3, li^ 300. — 
Scholars guide to the. E, Johnson, 
1677. 

Accomplisht Ladies Delight, T. P., 
1677. 

Accompliaht Ladies Rich Closet of 
Rarities. John Shirley, iSSj. 

Accompt Cleared. Po'jer L' Estrange, 
1681. 

AcconntB, Book of. J, Weddingion, 
1567. — Brief Instruction ... to 
keep. John Mellis, 1588. — Manner 
and form to keep. James Peele, 

1553- 
Accuser Shamed, The. J. Fry^ 1648. 

Acetaria. John Evelyn, 1699. 

Achademios : Comedy. John Skdton, 

Achaia, History of the united provinces 

of. Jacobus Gothfredus, 1673. 
Achelley, Thos. Key of Knowledge, 
157 1], IL 3. — Massacre of Money, 
)y T. A., 1602, H. I. — Verses in 

Thos, Waison's Passionate Century 

of Love, 1582. 
Acher, Ahraham, Printer and Book- 
seller at Rotterdam, 1686, IIL 281. 
Acheson, Alexander. True State of 

the Case of the two Danish Ships, 

taken by, 1684, IIL 61. 
Acheson, James. Military Garden, 

1629, IL 3. 
Achilles Shield. Translated from J^tmeer 

by Greorge Chapman, 1598. 
AcldtopheL Nath, Carpenter, 1640. 
Achmat, Relation of the death of, 

1 618, II. 607. 
Ackman, Thos., and others. Petition 

unto His Grace H.M.'s High Com- 
missioner, &C., III. 64. 
AcolastUB his After -witte. Sam 

Nicholson, 1600. 
Acolastns, Comedy of. W, FuUonitu, 

1540. 
Acosta, Joseph. History of the East 

and West Indies, 1604, I. 2. 
AcrysiouB, Ballett intituled. Ovid, 

1568-9, H. 431. 
Actaon, New Sonnet . . . how Diana 

transformed, H. 3. 
Acteon and Diana. Robert Cox, n.d. 
Act of Ohlivion, Proclamation touching 



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the speedy calling to acconipt of 
persons . . . excepted in the, 1660, II. 
108. — H.M.'s gracious letter to H. of 
C. to pass the Bill for confirming the, 
i66iy 11. no. 

Acton, William. A new Journal of 
Italy, 169 1, XL 667. 

Acton, Apology for. Thos. Heijtcoody 
1 61 2. — Eemonstrance, i ^43, H. 
463, 1.3. — Refutation of the Apology • 
for. John Greene^ 161 5. — Vindica- 
tion. 27^9. Heywood, [1655]. 

Acts and Monuments. John FoXy 

1563. 
AemuLy Hernando de. Resolved Gentle- 
man, 1594, H. 3. 
Ad Populum. P. Hausted, 1644. 
Ad Populnm : A Low Country Lecture 

to the People of England, 1653, H. 

117. 
A^%^^ in Latin and English, 1622, 

H. 487. Barth. Rohiruan, 1621. 
AdJ^^ia Scotica. R B., 1668, IIL 11. 
Adtig'^^^t Manual of. John Leicester^ 

1623. 
Adair, J. Sea-coasts and Islands of 

Scotland, 1703, IV. i. 
Adam. Ballett of Adams fearful fall, 

1570, IL 3. — Complaynt of, 1567-8, 

III. 2. F. Sabie^ 1596. 
Adam in Eden. TTm. CoIcb^ 1657. 
Adam, Word of Prophesy . . . with a 

little of the first. H. Pinnellj 1643. 
Adam and Eve, Ballad of ye fyrst fall 

of, 1578-9, II 3- 
Adam and Eve stript of their furbelows, 

IV. 118. 
Adam and Eve, Yolatiles for the 

History of. Sir John Pettus, 1674. 

Adam, Melchior. life and Death of 
Martin Luther, 1641, 1. 3. 

Adam Bel, Clym of the cloughe and 
wyllyam of cloudesle. Byddellj 
iSi^f I 33; Coplawl, n,d., H. 
35; 1605, H. 35; 1628, H. 35; 
1632, H. 35 \ 1648, H. 35 ; 1668, 
H. 35 J 16S3, H. 35; n.J., H. 35; 
1698, H. 35. Part IL 1616, H, 35. 

Adamantine Rock, Wonders of the. 
Francis Davison, 1594. 

Adame, Mr. Perpetual Kalendar, in 
Peter Canisitu^ Catechism, 1588. 

JiHa:fn1tfff Nest of Serpents Dis- 
covered, 1 64 1, IL 3. 



Adamites Sermon, 164 1, I. 3; coni' 
pare II. 423. 

Adamo, Anthony de. Anatomy, 1556, 
I. 3, IL 160. 

Adams, Alderman, Memorials of. 
Clement BarksdaJe, 1681. 

Adams, Charles, Bookseller at the signe 
of the Talbot, near St. Dumtans 
Churchf Fleet St,, 1654, H. 236, 
I. 483 ; 1655, !• "2 ; 1660, L 145 ; 
1661, rV. 20; 1662, IL 138, 

Adams, Edward. Toung Souldiers 
desire answered, 1678, III. i. 

Adams, Franke. Wryting Tables, 
[1577], IIL 244; 1581, m. 244; 
1594, H. 3; 1604, IIL 244; 161 1, 
III. 244. 

Adams, John, of the Inner Temple, 
Index Villaris, 1680, II. 667 ; 
1690, II. 3. — Proposals for Actual 
Survey of Counties, 1690, IIL x. 
See Adamus, 

Adams, John, Full Relation . • . Exa- 
mination, Trial and Condemnation of, 
1673, IL 516. 

Adams, John, Gent, Thos, Jordan's 
Royal Aibor of Loyal Poesie, 1664, 
ded, to, 

Adams, Richard, Bookseller, 1559, L 
51 ; 1579, IL 414. 

Adams, 'R,,Prinier, Chester, 1733, 1. 70. 

Adams, Thos., Bookseller, 1591, IV. 
173; i592f H. 504; 1593, L420; 
1596, II. 46; 1602, II. 322; 1603, 
H. 163 ; 1604, H. 553 ; at the W/iits 
Lion, St. PauTs CJiurchrpard, II. 556; 
1605, H. 65, I. 408; 1606, H. 27, 
i37» 504* IIL 13; 1607, IIL 208; 
1609, H, 498; 1610, H. 164, 505; 
161 1, H. 498, L 382 ; 1612, L 357, 
H. 505; i6i3,H. so5,L357; 1614, 
H. 505, IL 497; 1615, H. 505, L 
408; 1616, H. 505, II. 295; 1618, 
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Adamson, John. Ta TGn MousOn 



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AcUuiiii8,Jolianne& Londinum Hercico 
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Adlington, Lines. Strange news of a 
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Admiral, The Young. Jas^ SJiirleyy 

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Admochoiradelogia. ' John Browne^ 

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>57«- 
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Adventnres of Five Hours. Sir Samuel 
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Advertisement from a French Gentle- 
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Advocates, Apology for. David Prim- 
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Ady, Thomas. Candle in the Dark. 
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Aelia Laelia Crespis. Richard White^ 
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Aeneu^ Paasion of Dido for. Virgil, 
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Aanaas' Tale to Dida Tltoi. Church' 

AmicjiL VirgQ^ 1490. 
Atnone and Paris. Ovid, i594« 
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4- 
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AethiopiAB, The Fair. Heliodorue,i6^i, 

Aethiopiaa History. Heliodorus, 1569. 

Aetna, Relation of Mount Earl 0/ 
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Aibdn of Europe, History of. B. 
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Affaniaft (7. Fitz Jeffrey, 1601. 

Affeetionate Shepherd.. R. Bamfield, 

'594. 
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Fleeknoe, 1640. 

Affsotaum Decidua. €. Capd^ 1656. 

AfiHrtad in Body, Treatise for all. 
Andrew Kingwnill^ > 5 7 2. 

Afllietion and Deliverance of the Saints. 
21 Mantey, 1652. 

AflUetion of minde male not be straunge 
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Aillietloiia, Short Essay ot / s 

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Aifrican and Mensola, Famous tiagicall 
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Africai Act for a Company trading to, 
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by Wm, Prat, 1554, IIL 2. JoJin 
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AfMcanun, Systema. Wm, Wilkinsofi, 
1690. 



AOA 



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Ags, Zarain. ' Seidge and taking of . . . 
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5, ni- 3- 

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Agas, R. Preparative to Platting of 
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Agathodes, Trygecall historyeof, 1567, 
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34. 
Age, Cure of Old. Boger Bacon, 1683. 

Age, Defence of. Amoldtu de Villa 
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Aged Lover renownceth Love. Thomas^ 
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Ager, Thos. Paraphrase oa the Can- 
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Aggas, Edwaid, Bookseller in St PauTs 
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1585, L 167, IL 415 ; 1586, L 167, 
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H. 238; 1587-8, n. 471, 484; 1588, 
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LonglanSy at the sign of the Oken tree, 
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Aghxim, Draught of the Incampment 
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AgiatiB, Queen of Sparta, 1686, III. 3. 

Aginconrt, Battle of. Ballad, n.d., I. 

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Anatomiz'd, 1648, IL 668. 

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Agreement of the People, 1649, lY. 58. 

Agricola^ Life of. Tacitus, 1581. 

AgricoltiinB, Systema. /. Worlidge, 
1669. 

AgriciQtare, Essay on. Jas. Donaidson, 

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Agriculture. Nicholas (Jox's Gentle- 
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Agrippa, Hen. Corneliua Commenda- 
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Agrippa, King of Alba. P. Quinatdt, 

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All I fayne wolde I have a godlye 

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Aintwortli, Henry. Solomon's Song 
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Ainsworth, R. Most Natural and easy 
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Ainswoith, W. Medulla Eibliorum, 
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Air, General History ol Boh. Boyle, 
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1580, IL 6. — True Relation of a 
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Aire, 0. F. TuUiet, Prifderai, 1684. 

Airea, H. Translated T. Bern's Cordial 
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Airs, Book of. J, Attey, 1622 ; J, 
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W. Corkine, 1610; G, Earadon and 
/. Mason, 1618; i4. Ferrabosco, 1609; 
/. Hilton, 1627 ; Bob. Jones, 1609 ; 
T. Motley, 1600; P. Bosseter, 1601. 

Aira, Cheei^ul John Wilson, 1660. 

Aira, Collection of. ff. Purcell, 1697. 

Ain, French Court £, Filmer, 1629. 

Ain for four voices. M. Cavendish, 

>599- 
AixB for three voices. Thomas Wedkes, 

1608. 
AixB sung at Brougham Castle. Geo. 

Mason, 1618. 
AixB and Dialo<^es. /. Banister and 

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Hen. Lawes, 1652 ; H. ^ W. Lawes, 

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AixB and Dialogues, Select, 1652, II. 

410; Part IL, 1652, II. 410. The 

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IL 410. 
AixB and Songs. Bob. Jones, 1600. 
Airs, Dialogues, and Songs, Choice, 

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AJax, Anatomy of a Metamorphosed. 

Sir John Harington, 1596. 
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A KemidB, Thos. Colloquium Animse, 
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1556, III. 95 ; 1636, IV. 42 ; 1670, 

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Alae Ezaltatio. T. P., 1660. 

Ala Seu ScalsB Mathematics. Thos. 

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AlAJi^in and Mustapha, Tragedy of. 

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to Europe. John HiU^ [1681]. — to 

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IL 16. 
Alamm for England. Bobert Gray, 

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A Lamm for London, 1 602, H.469, I. 

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Alarun to all Christian Princes and 

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Ai^mwi to Arms, 1642, III. 282. 
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Alaygre, Anthony. Translated A. 

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ti 



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Albania. George Raleigh^ 1641. 

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Albany and York, James, Duke of. 
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Albemarle, A. J. Yan-Keppel, £arl 
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Albematle, Christopher, Duke of. 
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Albemarle, George Monk, Duke of. 
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Albemarle, Elizabeth, Duchess qf. 
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1677. J. Dryden^s Annus Mirabilis, 
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AlbertUB, Prince Cossuma, True and 
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Albertns, Magister. Questiones de 
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Albino and Bellama, Pleasant History 
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Albion and Albanius: Opera. John 
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Albion, Theatre de la gloira et noblesse 
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Albion Knight, Merry Play of, 1566, 
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Albion's England. William Warner, 
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Albion's Queene, Famous Historie of, 
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Albion's Triumph. Aurdian Towns- 
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Alborow, Suffolk, A Sign from 
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Alborine, King of the Lombards: 
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Albumaxar: Comedy. JohnlThomas] 
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Albyxi, Samuel, Bookseller in Chaneeiy 
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Alcandrin for Arcandum]. Fatal Des- 
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Alearon, Treatyse of the Turkes Lawe 
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Alcazar, Battle of. George Pede, 1594. 

Alceste and Eliza, Tragedy of. Fran- 
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Alchemist, The. Ben Jonson, 161 2. 

Alchemist, The unlearned: his antidote. 
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Alchemist's Enchiridion. Bem.Penotus^ 
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Alchome, Thomas, and Godfrey Ed- 
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ALEXAin)EB 



AldUades. Tragedy. Thomas Otwapt 
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AldUadaB and Coriolantn, Considora- 
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Aldda Greenes Metamorphosis. Bob. 
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Aldlia. J. G^ 1595, 1628, L 6. 

Alcflla. Philoparthena loving Folly, 
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Aldaj, John. Translated Boapduau'a 
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Aldrad, Robert, Bookadler in SoufJh 
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Aldriati Epistola ad Hormannm. In 
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Aldus, Printer^ Venice^ X507> 1V« 37« 

Ale Ale-vated into the Ale-titude. 
John Taylor^ 165 1. 

Ala, Assise of, and Bread, [15401 &c.]. 
H. 16. — Curse against Furliament, 
1649, I^* 307- — ^Ditty Delightful 
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— Ezaltatio Alae. T. C. P. 1666, 
H. 6, IL 6; 1668, H. 6.— Exalta- 
tion of. \T, Randoljiah\ fud., II. 
6 ; 1646^ H. 6 ; 167 1, U. 6. 
— E[]gh and mighty commendation 
of a pot of good. T]i08, Bandolph, 
1642. — Jest of Bottled, 1583, IL 6. 
— Jones^ Ale as new, 1594, IL 6. — 
Jones' Ale as new, UuthriJftes adieu 
to, 1594, II. 6. — Katural History of 
Bottled, 1 7 10, H. 6. — Praise of York- 
shire. George MariUniy 1697. — 
Verses in Praise uf a good Pott of. 
7*Aac. Randolph f 1629. 

Alador. B, Aneau, ^S9o> 

Alehoaiie, Form of license for keeping 
a common, [1620], H. 613. 

AlehoQMB, Articles of Direction touch- 
ing, 1607, 1. 6; 1608, IV. 2; 1609, 
III. 4. — Verses to be set up ia M, 
Parker, 2636. 



Aleraan, Matteo. The Rogue ; or life 
of Guzman de Alfarache, 1622, II, 
6; 1634, L 6; 1655, IL 6; 1656, 
IL 6. — Life of Guzman d'AlfaracLe, 
1708-7, IV. 2. 

Aleppo, Kews from. C Rohsaiiy 1628. 

Alarane, Strange fortune of. H, 1/., 
1^5, H. 36s. 

AlasiliB, Alex. See Alex. Hales, 

Aletheia. Tell Trothes New Yearns 
Gift, 1593, I. 420, IL 667. — The 
Passionate Morris, 1593, IL 667. 

Alexandar IL, Pope, Life in Bernard 
Garter*s Newyears Gift, 1579. 

Alexander VL, Ptwe, Abreviation of 
graces, &c., of, [15 10], IL 483. — 
Bull of, 1494, IL 483. — Granteth to 
all beleiving people, H. 475. — The 
Devils Charter, containing the Life 
and Death of. Bamahe Bamen^ 
1607. — ^Wonder and true history of, 
H. 476. 

Alexander VIL, Pope, Life and Death. 
Trana P. A., 1667, IL 7. 

Alexander, Sir Anthony, To the Exe- 
quies of. IT. Drummondj 1638. 

Alexander, David. Urged to Kill Sir 
John Hotham. A Declaration, &c., 
1642, IL 452. 

Alexander, John. God's Covenant dis- 
played, 1689, IV. 118, 

Alexander, John, BoohseUei; 1682, I. 

53- 
Alexander, Robert, Knt.y Lines in 

•commemoration of. N. Morgan's 
Perfection of Horseman-ship, 1609. 
Alexander, Sir Wm., Earl of Stirling, 
Aurora, 1604, H. 578, L 406. — 
Doomesday, 16 14, H. 579. — ^Elegy 
on the Death of Prince Henr}^ [ 1 6 1 2], 
H. 579; 1613, H. 579.— Encourage- 
ment to Colonies, 1624, H. 579; 
1625, H. 579, II. 583. — Map and 
Description of New England, 1630, 
H. .579.--Monarchicke Tragedies, 
1604, H. 578, L 406 ; 1607, H. 578, 
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Paraenesis to the Prince, 1604, H. 
578, 1. 406. — Poem to. A. Jonston, 
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W, Druminond*s Flowers of Zion, 
1630. — Psalms of David, tran^lalBd 
by King James, [1625], L 233.— » 



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Kecreations with the Muses, 1637, H. 
579. — ^Sbort Description of the good 
ends of the higher Providence, 1600, 
I. 489. — Stanzas to E. Alleyn, H. 
579. — Supplement to 8trP, Sidneys 
Arcadia, 1629, I. 496. — ^The Alex- 
andrean, 1605, H. 578. — Tragedy of 
Darius, 1603, H. 578; 1604, II. 
582. — Verses in M. Drayton's Foems, 
1605. W, Lithgow'a Delectable and 
true discoveries, 16 14. — Verses on 
the Inundation of Darien, H. 579. — 
Verses written to His Majesty, 1603, 
H. 579. — Notice of, in J, DunhaPs 
Epigrammata, 16 16. — Verses to, in 
W. Drummofid'e History of Scot- 
land, 1655 ; W. Habington^s Castara, 
1640. — Tob, Hume* 8 ist Book of 
Ayres, 1605, ded. to. 

Alexander, Campaspe and Appellee, 
History of, 1565-6, 11. 7. 

Alexander the Great. The Forray of 
Gadderis, [1570], H. 6. — History of 
the successors of. Dtodoitia SiculuSy 
1567. — Life and death. Curtius 
Eu/us, 1652. 

Alexander the Great and Diogenes, 
Satyrical Dialogue between. Win, 
Goddardy [1615]. 

Alexander the Great A Romance. 
1570, I. 7. 

Alexander and Lodowicke, Pleasant 
History of, H. 6. — Treiie-bly-eynde- 
spel van, 16 18, I. 6. 

Alexander de villa dei. Textus, 1505, 
IV. 2; 1513, IV. 2. 

Alexander's Feast John Drt/den, 
1697. 

Alexandrean,The. Sir Wtn, Alexander, 
1605. 

Alexievitz, John and Peter, Emperors 
of Muscovy. Journal of Embassy 
from. E, Ysbrand and Adam Brand, 
1698. 

Alexio [Alexto] and Angelica, Tragi- 
comical history of. Alex, Hart, 
1640. 

Alexis and Strephon, Pastoral Dia- 
logue between. Earl of Rochester, 
1683. 

Alexia of Piedmont. Secrets, trans, 
R. Androse, 1578, 11. 7; 1595, II. 
7. — Trans, Wm. Wanle, 1558, II. 7 ; 
1559, II. 7 ; 1562, II. 7 ; 1568, II. 



7. Second Part, 1560, 1563, 11. 
7. Third Part, 1562 [1566], II. 7. 
Very excellent and profitable book 
. . . Medicines, trans, E. Androse, 
1569, II. 7. 

Aleyn, Charles. Battles of Crescey and 
Poitiers, 1631, 1633, H. 6. — His- 
tory of Henry VIL, 1633, H. 6. — 
Verses in E]nthalamium . . . Caroli 
R et H. Mariae, 1625, H. 86. — 
Verses in Job, Shirley's Grateful 
Servant, 1657, — Tutor to Sir Edward 
Sherburne's son, H. 554. See Allen. 

Aleyn, Sir Thomas, John Tatham's 
London's Glory, 1660, ded, to, 

AlftgUB and Archelaus, Notable his- 
tory of two famous lovers. Edwai^i 
Jenynges, 1574. 

AlfEurache, Guzman de, The Rogue ; or 
Life of. Matteo Aleman, 1622. 

Alfll, James. See Alphil, 

Alfonce. Tables. In jEsop's Fables. 

Alford) J. Brief and easy introduction 
to learn the Tableture, 1568, H. 410. 

Alford, M. Britannia Illustrata, 1641, 
IV. 2. — ^Fides Regia Britannica, 
1663, IV. 2. 

Alfired the Great. Life. JRohert Powell, 
1634. John Spdman, 1678. 

Algebra. R Recorde, 1557. R Sault, 
1694. 

Algeria^ Seven Tears Slavery under the 
Turks of. F. Knight, 1640. 

Algiers, Case of many hundreds of 
Poor English Captives in, [1680}, 
11. 7. — History of, and its Slavery. 
Emm. D'Aranda, 1666. — Libertas. 
A Relief to the English Captives in. 
Hen, Robinson, 1 642. — Relazione dell' 
Abbreviamento delle Galere nel porto 
di, 1604, rV. 2. — ^Voyage against the 
Pirates, 1601, H. 460. — Voyage. 
/. B., 162 1. 

Algorism, Introduction of, 1581, II. 8. 

Aliens, Abstract of all Statutes con- 
cerning. Samuel Hayne, 1685. 

Alimony, Lady, 1659, I. 7. 

Alimony Arraigned. Thomas Ivie, 

1654. 

Alinton, Robert Libellus Sophistarum, 
1520, L 474. Pynson, n.d., I. 7; 
1524, IL 8 ; 1530, n. 8. 

Alison, Richard. An Howres Recrea- 
tion in Musike, 1606, H. 6. 



AT.ITAT^T^ 



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ALLDE 



Alkaid Ben Abella, Ambassador, and 
ilob. Blake, Arrival and Entertain- 
ment of, 1637, H. 40. 

All Fools. Geo. Chapman^ 1605. 

All for Adyantage, 1569, XL 31. — for 
Love. John Dryden, 1678. — for 
Money. Thos, Luptotiy 1578. — in a 
Garden ^ne between two lover;*, 
1565-6, IL 241 ; 1568-9, II. 242. 
— in AIL SamuflWard, 1621, — men 
whoso wives will not love them well, 
1588, II. 656. — Mistaken. Hon, 
Jos, Howard^ 1672. — Reball and 
vayne songes, 1563-4, II. 29. — shall 
be w^ : BaUad, 1 581, II. 484. — sicke 
good wives as wedded beo, &c, 1580, 
II. 32. — the merrie prankes of him 
that whippes men in the high waies, 
1590-1, II. 34. — ^you lacke service, 
&C., ballad, 1569-70, H. 390. 

Allam, John, Booksdler^ Oxford, 1638, 

H. 593- 
AUdaj, John. Trans. The Praise and 

Dispraise of Women, 15799 ^^« 674> 
I. 466. 
AUde, Elizabeth, Printer near Christ- 
Church, 1628, H. 260 ; 1629, H. 21, 

"If 343i Soi> 527* 598, I. 5o> ^11- 
210, 286; 1630, H. 243, 305, 598, 

ni-57; 1631,1.384; 1632,11.154, 

528, U. 524; 1633, H. 175, 332, 

466, 487, 554, L 138, III. 132; 

1634, U. 121, 348; 1635, H. 523, 

538. 
Allde, Edward, Printer ai the Long 
Shop adjoyning unto Saint Mildreds 
Church, PouUrie, 1584, H. 23, 256; 
1585, H, 212, 450, 479; 1586, H. 
28, 152, 275, IL 45, 179, 193, 370, 
379; 1588, H. 7, 115, 121, 280, L 
99, T42, 222; 1589, H. 164, 188, 
201, 466, IL 228, 415 ; 1590, H. 
359»437. 533; i59i, H. 121, 152, 
I. 124, IL 191; 1592, H. 62, 241, 
I. 102; 1593, IL 284, 626; 1594, 
IL 138, 322, 451, 467, L 248, IlL 

«S7 ; i595» H- 1381 249» I- 222 ; 

1596, H. 437, IL 399, IIL 195; 

1 597, L 12 i.—^weiling in Aldersgaie 
Street, over against the Pump, III. 
47; 1598, H. 321, 497, L 63, 373, A. 
169; 1599, H. 468, L 307 ; 1600, H. 
«77» 3«4» 392> 508, IIL 84, A 167 ; 
1601, H. 381 ; 1602, IIL 45, 245 ; 



1603, H. 295, 454, II. 200, 307, 
IIL 92; 1604, H. 59, 154, 167, 
206,521, 1. 122 ; 1605, H. 217, 296, 
427, I. 175, IL 602, IIL 199, 264 ; 
1606, H. 32, 149, 260, 267, 297, 373, 
421, 517, L 121, 125, 191 ; 1607, 
H. 26, 245, 392, 521, 523, 552, 575, 
646, L 368, II. 314, IIL 231 ; 1608, 

H- 59» 523* 539> ^ 286, IL 284, IIL 
214; 1609, H. 150, 471, IL 183; 

1610, H. 43, 343, 382, 506, L 40i 
63, 86, 121, 208, IIL 127, 157; 

1611, H. 144, 523, L 170; 1612, 
H. 59, 384, 421, 524, 594, 664, L 
371, IIL 171, IV. 67; 1613, H. 
59, 77, 421, L 306, IL 61; 1614, 
H. 74, 122, 498, 1. 298, IL 596, IIL 
254» 1615, H. 8, 576, 586, L 401, 
IL 389, III. 240; 1616, H. 315, I. 
306, IL 573; 1617, H, 212, III. 
81 ; 1618, H. 193, 595, IL 253, 593, 
IV. 131,; 1619, H. 384; 1620, H. 

3^ 483. 501, 526, 541, 596, L 286, 
IL 512; 1621, H. 216, 394, 596, 
597> I- 175 ; 1622, H. 395, 597, L 
290, 419, IL 630, IIL 172, 174, 
175, 184; 1623, H. 276, 485, 597, 
628, L 283, 338, 436, IIL 35 ; 
1624, H. 140, 449, 598, 1. 212, 283, 
IL 243> 3S0; 1625, H, 19, 598, L 
419, IL 549, 710; 1626, H. 527, 
IL 475, IIL 104 ; 1627, H. 598, L 
269. — n.d., H. 119, 149, 178, 262, 
343> 373. 468, L 86, 349. 
Allde, John, Printer, at the Long Slwp 
next to St Mildred? 8 Church, in the 
PouUrye, 1561, H. 127, 676, 389, 
II 29, 297, 512, 526 ; 1562, H. 179, 
210, 215, 513, 621, 1. 167, IL 611 ; 
1563, IL 324, 356, IV. 83; 1564, 

II. 2, 214; 1565, H. 410, 620, IL 
371, 484; 1566, H. 128, 538, 584, 

590, IL 383, 4131 561 ; 1567* H. 
676, L 226, IL 3, 83, 123, 249, 252, 
300, 366. 442, 491, 548, 549, 622, 
656; 1568, H. 126, 212, 215, 432, 
527, 674, IL 2, 174, 214, 226, 599, 

657 ; i569» H- "5» 269, 320, 390, 
IL 144, 192, 322, 332, 377, 426, 
442, 650; 1570, H. 205, 295, 320, 

567. 59i» I- 417. II. 249» 287, 583, 
598; 1571, IL 222; 1572, H. 674; 
1573, A. 273; 1574, II. 26; 1575, 

III. 257 ; 1576, H. 30, 61, IL 249 ; 



ALLDE 



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ALUSTON 



1577, II. i68, 237, 414* IV. 167 ', 

1578, L 298, II. 214, 249, 314; 

1579, H. 14, 37, 104, 404, 479, 607, 
L 316, IL 14, 199, 212, 549, 634 ; 

1580, H. loi, IL 123, 246, 249, 
386, 500; 1581, H. 354; 1582, IL 
497, 515.— »d, H. 61, 123, 176, 
2i5» 269, 320, 331, 423, 476, 542, 
L SI, 100, 175, 278, 308, 378, IL 

425- 
Allde, Margaret, Bookseller under Saint 

MddrecTs Chureli^ 1601, I. 363 ; 

1603, H. 188, 1. 148. 

Alldridge, T., Bookseller in Souihwark, 
1697, IL 203. 

Alle^dAnce, The case of. W. Sherlock^ 
169 1. — and Prerogative considered, 
1689, IV. 114. — and Snpremacy, 
Seasonable Discourse of, 1679, lY. 
119. 

Alleine, Riohanl, John Seddon*s Pern- 
man's Paradise, [1700], ded, to, 

Allen, Benjamin, M.B. Natural His- 
tory of Chalybeat and Purging Waters 
of £ngland, 1699, 11. 8. 

Allen, Benjamin, Bookseller in Popes- 
head Alley^ 1634, II. 674 ; 1636, 
IL 53 ; 1641, L 249, IL 665 ; 1642, 
IL 206 ; 1643, IL 149, 360, 422, 
514, 635 ; 164s, I- '47. 

Allen, Charles. Trans. .Mneas Sylvituf 
Euryalus and Lucretia, 1639. See 
Aleyn, 

Allen, Charles, Bookseller in Bristol^ 
1674, H. 169, II. 74. 

Allen, Doctor, A Brief Discovery of. 
G. Z>., 1588, IIL 53. 

Allen, Edward, Player. Mentioned in 
A Knacke to Knowe a Knav«, 1594, 
H. 467. 

Allen, Elias, Instrument Maker. Win. 
OugJUi'ed's Circles of Proportion, 
i6^2f printed for. 

Allen, Hannah, Bookseller^ 1647, L 
340, IL I45> IIL 49, A- 207 ; 1648, 
IL 16 ; 1649, L 300. 

Allen, J. Tlie Younger Brotlier His 
Apologie, 1624, L 7; 1635, 1641, 
IL8. 

Allen, John, Declaration of. In Con- 
fession of R Sharpe clerke, I575> 
I. 141. 

Alien, John, Bookseller^ 1669, IIL 
257; 1685, IL432. 



Alien, J., and B. Green, PrinierSf Bos- 
ton, N.E,, 1696, IIL 53; 1698, 
III. 157 ; 1699, IIL 158, 267 ; 1702, 
III. 300. 

Allen, Natlianiel, Bookseller^ 1642, II. 

450- 
Allen, Nicholas. Ad . . , Princ . . . 

Edwardum Semavram Hertfordise, 

1561, H. 6. 

Allen, R, Bookseller^ IIL 308. 

AHen, Richard. Verses in Giles Far- 

' naJbiJe Canzonets, 1598. 

Allen, Robert, Treasury of Catechisme, 
1600, A. 164. 

Allen, Robert. Verses in Wm, Lith- 
gaw*s Most Delectable and True Dia- 
coufM, 16 14. 

Allen, Thomas, Lord Mayor of London. 
John BowlaiuTs His Sacred Msjesty 
Charles II. his Royal Title Aiiagra- 
matiE*d, 1660. — Londons Triumph 
in honour of. J. Tatham^ i659- 

Allen, T. Verses in Jas. Strong's 
Joanereidos, 1645. 

Allen, T. Poemata in mortem, &c. 
T. Mori Epistola, 1633. 

Alien, Cardinal William. Admonitiohi 
to the Nobility and People of Eng- 
land, 1588, IV. 3. — ^Letter concern- 
ing the yeelding up of the City of 
Daventrie, 1587, L 7. — Traits Poli- 
tique, 1668, IL 8. — Alluded to in 
Bidi. Parson's Exemplar literarum, 
1692, L 322. See Doctor Allen. 

Allen, Alderman Sir Wm. Patricia,^ 
Moral Methode of Civile Policie, 
1576, ded. to. 

Allen, William. Preface to Jos. Glan- 
wlVs Waf of Happiness, 1670. 

Allerton, Ralph. Complaint. In 
John Brad/ord^s Complayut, 1559. 

Allertson, Harmon, Printer, 1599, II. 
417. 

Allestries, 'EL, Bookseller^ Derby, 1725, 
III. 49. 

Allestiy, JTas., Bookseller, 1652, III. 

233; 1653* I- 304f IL 420; 1655, 
IL 420; 1660, L 260, 402, IIL 32 ; 
1661, IL 559; 1662, IL 421; 1664, 
L 60; 1665, IIL 100; 1668, L 399; 
1669, IIL 160; 1670, IIL 670, IL 
394> 396, IIL 268, IV. 120. 
AlUston, Edwaid. Dedication to Ot»i'« 
Festivals, trans. John Gower, 1640. 



ALLET 



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ALMANAC 



Alley, Bp. G. Poor Mans Library, 
1571, A. 164. 

AUfl^n, £. Flayed Barabas in (7. Mar- 
lawe't Kich Jew of Malta, H. 374. — 
Stantas to, by Sir W. Alexander, H. 

379. 
AUqm, ThoflL Elegy upon death of 

CoL Bainsborrow, 1648, H. 7. 

AP^lwTl1^^ John. Bustica Acad. Ozon- 
ienaia, 1648, H. 7, III. 276, IL 440. 

AUIn, John. Exact Belation of his at- 
tempts on Francis, Lord Willoughby, 
1665, L 7. 

AiHiBgfc«ii John. Grand Conspiracy of 
the Members against the Mind, 1657, 
IL8. 

Alllawi, Bichaid. P^ms in meter, 
1592, IIL 206; 1599, XL 8. 

Allot, John, Lord Mayor of London, 
no^ Ndion, The Device of the 
Pageant, iS9a 

Allot, Bobert. Englands Pamassns, 
1600, II. 7, L 32x.^^nnet in C, 
Middldon^M Duke of Gloucester, 
1600. 

Allott, Bobert, Bookseller at the Grey- 
hound. Foul's Churchwards 1626, 
H. 665, 431; 1627, L 57, 254; 
1628, H. 17s, L 138, 312; 1629, 
H. 17, 175, 474, L 283, IL 189; 
1630, H. 497, I. 1 19, 138, 180, IL 
625; 1631, H. 612, I. 74, 425, II. 
320, A. 270; 1632, H. 547, L 284, 
IL 437, 664, IIL 18; 1633, H. 175, 

I- «3S» ^SSf 4631 IIL 295 ; "634,1. 
6, IL 90^ in. 252; 1635, L 351, 
IL 151. 
Allott^ Thos., and John Crook, Book- 
sellers at the Grej^hound^ 1639* IX. 

34, IV. 39- 

Allot, Wm. Thesaurus Bibliorum, 
1585. IV. 3. 

All's Lost by Lust Wm, Bowletj, 1633. 

Allnm Work in Lancashire. Jas. Ben- 
son^ x66o. 

AJJtjiM, Bobert Contributor to Mau- 
soleum : Epitaphs on Death of Prince 
Henry, 16 13, H. 264. 

Almahide ; or, the Captive Queen. ^M. 
DeSeudery, 1677. 

Alauuuc, 1551, H. 7; 1675, IL 9. 

Almanac, FraneU Com, 1566. — 
Richard Harvey, 1589. — Thomus 
EM, 1560, 1561-2, 1571. — Hen, 



Lotce, 1557-8. — E. Pondj 1601, 
1 610- 1 2. — George Wharton, 1647. 

Almanac, Attorney's. Thos, PoujpU, 
1627. — ^Bloody, 1659, IL 9. By 
John Booker, 1643, 1647. — New 
Bloody, 1645, II. 9. — Calendar. Awl. 
Borde, [1537]. — Christian. J. M., 
1612, IL 373, IIL 298. — DoubtfulL 
G. Wither, 1646.— Dutch, 1568-9, 
II. 9. — Ephemerides, 1507, III. 4. — 
for the Months, 1562-3, IL 9. — for 
XII. years. W. de Woj-de, H. 7 ; 
1508, 15 16, IL 8. — for XV. years, 
1522-6,11.8. — ^London, 1698, 1707, 
II. 9. — Mariners Everlasting. John 
Forbes^ 1683. — Merchants. G. 
Jaffrey, 1702. — OwPs. Tlios. Decker, 
1618. — Perpetual, 1566, IL 9; 
[1720], II. 9. — ^Protestant, byPhilo- 
protest, 1668, II. 474. — Bavens. 
Tlios, Decker, 1609.— Bavens Calen- 
darium Loudinense Yerum, 1683, 
1699, II. 513. — Begister Book, or 
application of the blauck, 1592-3, 
IL 9. — Spiritual, H. 7, IIL 276. — 
The Last Protestant, 1680, A. 268. 
— Use and practises of, 1557-8, IL 
9. — with the names of kings, 1565- 
6, II. 9. 

Almanac and Prognostication, 1532, 
IL 9. — Peter Apian, 1541. — An- 
thony Aschani, 1550-7. — And. Borde, 
IS40» 1 5 45' — Thos. Bretnor, 161 5, 
1616. — Wm. Browne, 1566. — Thos. 
Buckminster, 1589, 1595. — Wm. Bul- 
lein, 1563-4. — ^Wm. Cunningham, 
1563-4.— John Dade, 1589, 1591, 
1592, 1595.— Paul Felghenere, 1655. 
— ^Thos. Flatman, 1 66 1 . — Gabriel 
Frende, 1589, 1595, 1598-9.— T. 
Gallen, 1642. — Wm. Gray, 1589, 
^S9U 1593. i59S---Simon Henriii- 
gius, 1545, 1551.— 8. Henringiua 
and L. Boyard, 1551. — Joachim 
Hulrigh, 1569. — W. Kenningham, 
1558, 1557-8U — Alphonsus Laet, 
«54*-— Casper Laet, 1530, 1540, 
1544, [1550].— IL Low, 1569. li 
Martinus, 1662. — A de Motulino, 
■555' — ^ Mounslowe, 1579. — M. 
Nostradamus, 1566. — Hen. Boche- 
fortt, 1560, 1565. — Lewis Vaughan, 
1560. — Bob. Watson, 1595, 1600, 
1605. — Welshman's new, 1643, II. 



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AL80P 



620. — R Westhaw, 1594-5. — Geo. 

Williams, 1557-8. 
AlmniuLft and Proscnostication of two 

shepherds, [1556], IV. 86. 
Almansir. Jacques Gualtier, 1672. 
Almansor. Life and Death. Eoh, 

Ashlepf 1627, IF. 9. 
Almansor and Almanzaida. Sir Philip 

Sidney f 1678. 
Almenar, J. Treatise of the French 

or Spanish Pocks, in W. Clowes' 

Practice for all young Chirurgiaus, 

'593- 
Almond for a Parrat, H. 380. 

Alms-House, Proposals for building 

in every county a working. R, H.y 

1677, 11. 698. 
Alms-Honses, Method of Government 

for. R. Haines^ 1679. 
Alneto, Genealogies of House of. Hen. 

AtordaurU, Marl of Feterhoroughy 

1685. 
AlnOi Grenealogies of Hou^e of. Hen, 

Mwdaunty Earl of Peterborough^ 

1685. 
Alnwick, J. Meditations, 1587, 11. 9. 
Alpbabet, A Mery jeste maide of the, 

iS65-6» II- 314. 
Alphabets. Th. De Bry, dimeters 

and Diversitie of Letter*, 1628. , 

Alphahetnm Latino- Anglicum, 1543, 
IIL 4. 

Alphabetmn primum. R. Beeard, n.d, 

AJiphil [or Alfil], James. Dedicaiion 
to Do Katherinoe nuper uxoris Petri 
Martyris, &&, 1561, IL 708. 

Alphonso VI., King of Portugal, 
Just and undeniable title of. Ralph 
WhUfield, 1661, IL 642. 

AlphonsQS, King of Aragon, Comical 
Historic of. R, Greene^ i599- 

Alphonsns, Emperor of Germany, Tra- 
gedy of. Geo, Chapman, 1654. 

Alphonsns, Petrus. See Alfonce or 
jEsop, 

Alsopp [or Alsop], Bernard, Printer, 
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Angling, Art of. Thomas Barker, 1651 ; 

G. Markham, 1653; /. Smith's Profit 

and pleasure united, 1 704. — Book of. 

Samuel Gardiner, 1606. — Secrets of. 

John Dennis, n,d, — See also Fishing. 
Anglo -Belgica. Tlie Euglish and 



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22 



] 



ANNESLEY 



Netherdutch Academy. Edw, Rich- 
ardson^ 1677. 
Anglois, Manifesto, 1622, III. 74. 
Anglo - Latina, Grammatica. Jas. 

Shirley^ 165 1. 
Anglo-Latinns Nomenclator Gnccorum. 

Simon Sturievant, 1597. 
Anglo - Minoritica Collectanea. A. 

Parkinson^ 1726. 
Anglo-Saxon. W. Somner's Diction- 

arium Saxonico - Latino - Anglicum, 

1659. 
Anglonim Ferisa. George Pede^ i595- 

— Lachriniflo. Rich, Johnson^ 1603. — 

Prselia, 132 7-1 558. C. Oclandm^ 

1580. — Singultus, 1660, II. 202, — 

Speculum. G. S., 1684, III. 217. 
Angola Seed, Some observatioHS made 

upon, 1682, IIL 302. 
Angry fyttes, The frutes of, 1563-4, 

II. 29. 
Angoilbert Mensa Philosophica, n.d., 

H. 620. 
Angns, Earl of. Patrick Gordon's 

Prince Robert, 16 15, ded. to. 
Angns, Archibald, Lord of, David 

Hume's History of Douglas and 

Angus, 1644, ded, to. 
Angns, Lord, son 0/ Marquis 0/ Douglas. 

Robert Fleming's Elegy to memory 

of, 1692. 
Angns and Douglas, History of the 

Houses of. D, Hume, 1644. 
Jmgus printedy n.d,, II. 242. 
Anima Brutorum, De. TJujs, Willis, 

1672. 
Anima Mundi. CTias, Blount, 1679. 
Animadversions on two late books, 

1673, L 9. 
Animsd Humanse Historia. Geo. 

Bucliananf 1636. 
Animal World, Description of. JSdw. 

Browne, 1641. 
Animalinm, De Difforentiis. Ed. 

Wotton, 1552. — De Generatione. 

Wm, Harvey, 165 1. — De Virtutibus. 

Albertus Magnus, [1480]. — Ferarum 

et Bestiarium, &c. W. Hollar, 1663. 

— Historia. M, Lister, 1678.— Quad- 

rupedum, Avium, &c. Chr. de Passe, 

1630. 
Animals, Panzoologicominerologia, a 

complete list of Minerals and. Rob. 

Lovell, 166 1. 



Anjon, Duke of. Dialogue of speaking 
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226. 

AnJon, Duke of, Establishment of the 
Spanish Crown on. R, ^.'«. Account 
of Spain, 1700. 

AnJon, Duke of. Articles agreed upon 
with Marquiss De Leden, 1646, III. 
86. 

AnnsB-dicata. George Toohe, 1652. 

Annalia Dubrensia, 1636, H. 31. 

Annan, Viscountess. Anatomie of 
Roman Clergie, 1623, ded. to. 

Anne, Lady. Portrait in London's Joy 
in a Lawful Triumph, H. 93. 

Anne, Queen, wife of James L Enter- 
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their entering Scotland, with the 
Coronation of, 1590, II. 308. — Pro- 
press to the Tower, 1604, H. 9. — 
Receiving of James and, into Leith 
and Edinburgh, 1570, II. 308. — 
Royal Passage of, 1604, H. 9, II. 
669. — Scala Coeli of, [16 19], H. 9, — 
Portrait, in RegisB Anglicse Maiestatis 
Pictura, 1604, II. 308 : P. Hannaifs 
The Nightingale, 1622. — Death : 
Academia Oxoniensis Funebria Sacra, 
1 6 1 9, H. 9, III. 5. In obitum, 1 6 1 9, 
H. 9. Lacryra» Cantabrigienses, 
1619, H, 9, IIL 5, L'Ordre et 
Ceremonies observees a Venterrement, 
16 19, H. 9, III. 5. Two Elegies on 
the, P. Hannay, 1 6 t 9, H. 254. Upon 
the Death of. Wm. Sweden, 16 19, 
II. 715. — J. Florio's Queen Anne's 
New World of Words, 161 1. J. 
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Anne of Austria, Queen-Regent of 
France. Les Amours avec Mons. le 
C. D. R., 1693, IV. 3,— Fm. BalVs 
Europa Lachrymans, 1650, ded, to, 

Anne of Cleves, Queen of Henry VIIL 
L'Oraison et Remonstrance an Roy 
d'Angleterre, [1540], III. 126. — 
Noble triumphant coronation of, 1533, 
I. 208. — Repudio di, G. B. del 
Grillandari, 1558, IIL 5. 

Anne, Princess. Letter to the Queen, 
1688, IV. 147. — J, Banks' Unhappy 
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Ann, St., An Abridgement of the pre- 
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Annesley, Arthur, Earl of. Memoirs 



AHITESUST 



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AKTIPOE 



by Sir Peter Pett, 1683, III. 5.— 

Alex, Raddiff^s Eamble, 1 684, ded, to, 
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Atiniimi and Scipio, History of. Anthony 

Copey 1596. 
Anniqiiil, John. Compendium Gram- 

matic®, [1483-4], I. 474. 
AimiTersaries upon his Panarete. R. 

Braihwaite^ 1634. 
AnniTersaryy The first and second. 

John DonnSy 161 2. 
AimiTenaiy Ode for the 4th Dec. 1697. 

Nahum Tate. 
Anno Civili et Calendario veteris 

Ecclesiffii De. John Sdden, 1644. 
Annns Miiabilis. John Dryden^ 1667. 

John Partridge^ 1689. 
Annus TenebrosuB. Wm. Lilly, 1 65 2. 

Anmniaa^ MusterioU d', 1 664, A. 264. 

Anonsrnuis Eremita. Of the Visible 
Sacrifice of the Church of God, 
1637, IL II. 

Ansley [or Annesley], Brian. Trans- 
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Anstmiher, Sir Robert. Gombatdd's 
Endimion, trans, Ric. Hirst, 1637, 
ded to. 

Anstrather, Sir William. Essays, 170 1, 
HI. 5. 

Answer in action to a Portingale Pearle, 
[Dionis Emile]^ 1570. 

Answer to a Grentleman of Norfolk, 
1639, H. 422. — to a Paper, The 
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Villany of the League, 1595, I. 169. 

Ant and the Nightingale. T. Moffait, 
1604. 

Antenor. See Aenecis. 

Anthems, Divine Senrices and. J, 
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Anthologia. W, (?., 165 1, IL 24a — 
The Speech of Flowers. Thos.FuUer, 

1655- 
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1632, L 78, H. 86, IIL 5. 

Antliony, King of Portugal, The ex- 
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Antony, Father, and Father Ignatius, 
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Anthony, Francis. The Apologie, 1616^ 
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in. 5. 

Anthony, Widow of Hubert, Printer 
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Anthony d'Aca. History, Life, &c, 
of Sister Joane of the Crosse, 1625, 
I. 10. 

Anthony of Padua. life, trans. J. 
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Anthropometamorphosifl, kc John 
BtdiceTy 1650. 

Anthroposophia Theomagia. 77^09. 
Vaughanj 1650. 

Antichrist. B. GwaXtery 1556. — Hunt- 
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Anticbiistianiam Reproved. Bichard 
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Antick, Picture of an English, 1646, 
I. 10. 

Anti-Oonfederacy, The ; or a discovery 
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League and Covenant, 1644, IL 337. 
— or an Extract of certain QusBriee, 
1644, II. 337. 

Anticosmopolita, or Britannise Apo- 
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Antidote, Book of Directions and 
Cures, [1695], I^I- 5* — against Pre- 
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Nation, 1679,111. 40. — against Sinn 
and Satan. Lady Ursula Harvey^ 
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Times, 1683, I. 135. — against Melan- 
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Antidotarius, in the whiche thou mayst 
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Antidotum Britannicum, i68t, II. 12. 

Antig^one. Tragedy. Thos, May, 16^1. 
Sophocles, 1 58 1. 

Antigone and Hsemon. Wm, Bostcorthy 
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Antigraphe and Antipus, Comparison 
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Antilles, Voyage to. T. Frozer, 1698. 

Anti-Machiavell, or Honesty against 
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Anti-Murtinos, 1589, II. 12. 

Antinomians, Short History of, in New 
England, 1692, IL 422. 
1 Antipoe, Tragedy of. Fr. Veimey, 1622. 



ANTI-PARSUS 



[ «4 ] 



ANTWEBP 



Anti-Far8M28. David Owefi, 1622. 
AntipaSy or Dying Testimony of James 

JRenwick, 1688. 
Antipftthy between the French and 

Spaniard, trans. E. Gentilys, 1641, 

II. 669. 

AntiphoDale ad usum Eccles. Sar. 

[1519-20], rv. 3. 

Antipodes, The. JS. Brome, 1638. 
Jf. Parker^ 1638. — or Eeformation 
with the heels upward, /. H. 1647, 

III. 102. 

AntipoB ^md Antigraphe, Comparison 

between, w.c?., H. 9. 
Antiquary, The. S. Marmian, 1641. 
Antiqnitiea, Restitution of Decayed 

Intelligence in. 22. VerdegafK 1605. 
Anti-Bemoniitrance to the late Humble 

Remonstrance, [Jos. Hall]y 1641, III. 

185. 
Anti-Seztns, 1590,11. 12. 
Anti-Spaniard, Copy of the, made at 

Paris, 1590, IL 570. 
Antitheta: or Political Reasonings, 

1657, II. 12. 

Anti-Tortor Bellarminianus. -JoJin Gar- 
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Anti-Weesils. A Poem, 1691, 1. 10. 

Anton, Robert. Mariomachia, 1613, 
IL 12. — Philosophers Satyrs, 1616, 
H. 9. — Vices Anatomie, 161 7, H. 9, 
II. 12. — ^Verses in /. Taylor's Nip- 
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Antone, Earl of Ryvyers. Translated 
W. Thignoumlle's Dictys and Saye- 
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Antoninas, his Itinerary, Wm, Burton's 
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Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius, Golden 
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H. 246; 1542, H. 246; 1546,11. 
12; 1557, n. 12; 1566, IL 12; 
1573, IL 13 ; trans. A de Guevara, 
1536, H. 246 ; 1538, L 193 ; 1542, 
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Antonio and Mellida, History of. J. 
MargtoUf 1602. 

Antonio and Yallia. Philip Massinger, 
n.d. 

Antonio's Revenge. J. Marston, 1602. 

Antonium, Gotta contra. John Gotta, 
1623. 



Antonins and Aurelia, 1682, H. 354, 
IL 13. 

Antonius, Gml^Printer, Hanover, 1607, 
IL 265. 

Antonins. Robert Gamier, 1592. 

Antony, Tragedy of. B. Gamiei-, 1595. 

Antony and Cleopatra. Sir Charles 
Sedley, 1677. W. Shakespeare, 

Antrim, Earl of. Emm, Ford's Fancies 
Chaste and Noble, 1638, ded. to. — 
Letters and papers. In the Declara- 
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— Murder will out; or the King's 
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Antrim County and others. Humble 
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Antrobns, Benj. Some Buds and 
Blossoms of Piety, 1684, IIL 6 ; 
1699, I. 10. 

Antwerp. Articles of a treaty of truce 
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87, H. 212, U. 13. — ^Entertainment of 
Francis at, 1582, H. 9. — Heavy News 
to all Christendom from, 1577, IL 13. 
— Historical Description, or Tragical 
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the Prince of Parma unto the Bor- 
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Miserie of, 1585, III. 170. — Mon- 
sterus chylde which was in, 1564, H. 
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1579, L 10. — Warning to London by 
the Fall of. BaJph Norris, 

Antwerp Booksellers. F. C. and R. 
C, 1725, IIL 380; T. D., 1685. 

Antwerp printed, i486, IL 217; 
1533, IL 521 ; 1565, H. 190 ; 1568, 
H. 518; 1572, IL 192; 1583, 1. 
141 ; 1597, IV. 105 ; 1598, H. 458 ; 
1599, IL 63; 1601, 1605, H. 629; 
1606, H. 82; 1618, IL 674 : 1622, 
IIL 9 ; 1623, H. 2 ; 1650, IIL 202 ; 
1659, L 477; 1685, IL 498; 1696. 
H. 174, IL 75; n.d., IL 493, III. 
268. 

Antwerp Printers. Aertsen, Hen., 
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Paul, 1583; Bruney,. Rob., 1605; 
Cnobbaert, M., 1672-6 ; Conings, 
A., 1601-6; Cowke, S., 1535; 
Christofel of Raremunde, 1530; 
Diest, A., 1565 ; Doesborch, or 



AHYBBS 



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AFPABITION 



I>ousborowe, J., 1500-21 ; Endovie, 

C, 1525; Fleyaben, G., 1588; Fouler, 

J., 1566-76; Gnobbart, Widow 

of John, 1650; Henrietta, J., 1578; 

Heyndriex, F., 1588; Hillenius, M., 

1529; Huberty Uad., 1604; Jegeis, 

Christopher, 1641 ; Keerbei^hen, P. 

TaOy 1567 ; Keerbeigius, John, 1600 ; 

Laet^ J., 1565 ; Leeu, G., 1486-92; 

Ijeeteena, W., 1654 ; Meurs, Jacques 

Tan, 1657-8; Meseus, J., 161 1 ; 

Meoisiue, J., 1642 ; Moens, J., 1561 ; 

Plantin, C, 1579-84; Silvius, W., 

1564-7; TrognesiuB, J., 1587-96; 

Verstegan, Rich., 1604 ; Yisscher, N. 

L, [1640]; WithagiuB, J., 1555. 

AsTOS. See Antwerp. 

Anytliing for a Quiet Life. Thos, 

MiddUton^ 1662. 

[Apati], Michael, Prince of Tran- 
silvaniayDeckration of the Hunt^rian 
War by, 1682, IL 296, IIL ii'6. 

The English. TTm. Bankins^ 
1588. 
Apples and Pigmalion, Strife between. 

B. Garter^ 1566. 
Aphorismfli Civill and Militarie. Fr. 
Guicdardint^ 16 13; JR. DaUington^ 
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Apiaa [or Appian], Peter. Almanack 
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1569, H. 466, II. 14. 
Apins and Virginia, Tragical Comedy 
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ApocftlTpds Jesu Christl Ladj/ 

Eleanor Audleg, 1644. 
Apollo Christian, or Helicon Reformed. 
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ApoUoaii redivivi supplementum. 

Alex. Anderson^ 1612. 
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R Capland\ 1509, H. 10. — Pat- 
terne of painefuU Adventures, 1576, 



[1595], 1607, H. 10. — Life. PhUo- 

strcUWy 1680, n. 474. 
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Apologicall Epistle. 22. B.^ x6oi, L 

21. 
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Apology of Certain Christians, Jast and 
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of the Holy See Apostolicks pro- 
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—of the Power and Providence of 
Grod. Geo. Hakewell, 1627. — or 
Defence against the Calumnacion of 
certain men. J, T,, 1555, H. 590. 

Apology, The. F. Anthony ^ 16 16. 

ApoloniUB and Camilla, 1597, IL 13. 

Apomazis Calumniarum. BicL More- 

^m^ 1 537' 
Apostacy punish*d. Jonaa Rowland^ 

1682. 

Apostate, The Reasoning. JohnWarly^ 
1677. 

ApoBtloB, Lives of the Holy. P. Z>., 
1685, ni. 53. 

Apothecaries, Short View of Frauds 
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— Lex Talionis; sive, Vindiciae 
PharmocopsBorum, 1670, III. 6. 

Apothecary, Most excellent and per- 
fect homish. Wm, Turner^ 1561.— 
Potion for an, H. 10. 

Apothegmes. Francis Bacon, 1625 ; 
Eramnus, 1542; K, James, 1643. 

Apothegmes of Law. Lord Gaulard^ 
1 613. — of the Ancients. /. BuUeel^ 
1683. — Witty, delivered at several 
times, 1658, 1671, I. 10. 

Apparel, Admonycon tobewtiesdarliiigs, 
&c, 1589, IL 13. — Ballad declaring 
the mousterous abuse in, 1 594, IL 34. 
— Brief Discourse against the out- 
warde, 1578, I. 11. — Brief examina- 
tion for the tyme of a certain Declara- 
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sieves, 1563-4, IL 13. 

Apparition, Faithful Narrative of 
Strange, of Spirit to Edw. Avan^ 



APPABinOHS 



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ABBOft 



1674, III. 269. — Most Strange and 
Dreiidful, of seveial Spirits, 1680, 

II. 669. — of an Arch- Angel at Old 
Bayly, 1680, I. 264. — Relation of, 
which infested the house of A. 
Mackie, 1695, H. 537. — seen at 
Great Driffield, 1662, H. 391. — seen 
in the Air at the Hague, 1640, III. 
172. — seen in the Air at Ponistowne, 
Tipperary, 1679, H. 292. — True and 
Perfect Account of, \irhich invested 
a Ship, 1672, H. 347 ; 1674, IL 669. 
— True and Perfect Account of, in 
the Air, 1664, 1. 219. 

ApparitionB, Fearful, 1647, A. 264. 

— Strange, or Ghost of James L, H. 

298. Geo, Efflisham, 1642. 
Appeal to CsBsar. Tho<, Violet, i66a 
Appeal to Parliament Alex. Letghton^ 

[1628]. 
AppeliuB, Joannes. Death of Earl 

Philippus Lodovicus, Earl of Hauaw 

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Appello CsBsarem. Richard Montagu, 

1625. 
Appian of Alexandria, History of, 1679, 

III. 6. — History and Chronicle of the 
Romanes Warres, 1578, 11. 13, 669. 

Appius and Virginia. Tragedy. John 
Dennis, n,iL; John Webster, 1654, 

Appleby, Great Victory at; by Col. 
Gen. Ash ton, 1648, II. 640. 

Appleton, Sir Henry. T. Heywood^s 
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Appleton, Isaac, of Holbrooke Hall, 
Suffolk, TJios, Bayly's Herba Parietis, 
1650, ded, to. 

Appletre, John. R Croft^s Wise 
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Appletree, Thos., A most haynous and 
tray torlike fact of, 1579, H. 10, II. 
14. — Ballat wherein yee maie see 
the hartie sorowe of, 1579, II. 14. — 
The Message sent by the Queen, 
when he should have suffered, 1579, 
II. 14. — New Ballad declaryng the 
dangerous Shootynge of the Gunne at 
the Courte, 1579, H. 180. 

Applow, Richard, Bookseller in Pater- 
tioster row, L 38. [1565], H. 39. 

Apprentice, Complaint of an, 1563-4, 
II. 14. — Honor of an, H. 10. — In- 
dentures of an, 1594-5, II. 14. 

Apprentices, Advice to. TFm. Smythies, 



1687, IL 565. — Advice to the XIL 
Bishops, 1642, H. 10. — Captain Ven's 
Speech to, at Cheapside, 1641, H. 
10. — Catalogue of Booksellers, in 
Panics Church Yard, 1650, H. ti. — 
Declaration of the valiant resolutions 
of the, 1642, H. 10. — Honor of, 
exemplified, 1647, H. 10. — Humble 
Declaration of, 1642,1!. 10. — Humble* 
Desires of Citizens, Young Men, 
and, 1647, H. 10. — Humble Peti- 
tion of Young Men and, 16 41, II. 
358, 707. — Humble Petition of 

' well affected, 1642, II. 359. — 
Humble Petition of Young Men 
and, 1646, H. 10; 1647, H. 10, 
IL 360. — of London, The Loyal, 
1682, III. 298. — Outcry of Young 
Men and, 1649, H. 11. — Outcry of, 
for justice to John Lord Hewson, 
1659, II. 361. — Petition, 1641, 1642, 
H. 10. — Prophecy of the Bishop's 
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Trials of, 1668, H. 11, IL 362. — 
True Remonstrance of, 1642, H. 10. 
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IL 14. — Warning Piece, 1641, II. 
690. 

Aprece, Sir William, Declaration of, 
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April Shower, An. Hen. Peacham, 
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Apnleins, Lucius. The Golden Asse. 
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1571, H. II ; 1582, H. 11; 1596, H. 
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Apsms. See Apiva, 

Aqua Musae. John Taylor, 1644. — 
Triumphalis. John Tatham, 1662. 

Aquino, Carolus de, S,J. Sacra Kxe- 
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Aquino, Thomas de. Vita et res gestae 
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Aquitane, Renewed Persecution of 
Churches in Lower, 1692, IL 234. 

ArabeUa, Lady. The True Loves Knot 
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Aras printer, Guil. Riverius, 1596-7. 

Aratfl^ogus and Virgo, Merry dialogue 
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Arbasto, History of. Jiob. Greene, 1584. 

Azbor of Amitie. Thomas Howell, 



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ABCHITEOTUBE 



1 568.— of Aiuorous Devices. Ifich. 
Breton, 1597. 
Arbomiii, Catalogus. John Gerarde, 

1599- 
Arbvtliiioti Alex., Printer, Edinburgh, 

1580, IV. 160; 1582; 1583, IL 

67. 
Areadia» Countess of Pembroke's. Sir 
• Philip Sidney, 1590. 
Arcadia, Countess of Maries. Jos, 

CaldtceU, 1625. 
Arcadia, English. Gervase Markham, 

1607. 
Arcadia, Pastoral called the. Jos. 

iShirley, 164a 
Arcadian Lovers, H. 354. 
Arcadian Princess. Mariano SHesio, 

1635- 
Areadins and Sepha. Wnu Bosworth, 

165 1. 
Arcana Aulica. Francis WaUingham, 

1652. — Dominationis in rebus gestis 

Olivirii Cromwelli, 1682, I. no. — 

Microcosmi. Alex, Boes, i652« 
Areandam [or Alcandrin], Most ex- 
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277 ; 1617, n. 669. 
Arcane del Mare di j3. Ruberto Dudleo 

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428. 
Arcena, Fr. Method of curing wounds 

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Arrhaeologia Britaunica. Edw, Lhnyd, 

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Ardialoplntoe. Guil, Thdin, 1592. 
Archdeacon, Daniel. Trandator of A 

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H. 570. 
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Archelana, Alfagus and. K Jenynges, 

1574* 
Archer, Edward, Bookseller at the signe 

of Adam and Eve,, in Little Britaine, 

1655, I. 108; 1656. I. 284. 

Archer, Henry, of Thaydon Gamon, 
Tlie Wise Vieillard, 162 1, ded, to, 

Axdter, Thos., Bookseller at the long 
ghof} under St. Mildred*s Church, 
Poultry, 1603, IL 242, 598, III. 



170; 1604, H. 417; 1607, H. 25, 
522, 646, III. 171, IV. 73; i6c8, 
H. 297, 471, L 429, IL 598; 1609, 
H. 12, 150, 471, I. 423, 429; 161 1, 
H. 393, III. 160; 1612, H. 646, 
IIL 171; 1613, H. 250, 304, 379, 
IL 247; 1614, H. 337, L 259, IL 
146; 1615, H. 586; 1616, H. 393, 
337, L 414, IIL 243; 1617, H. 
587, 572. With Nicholas Bourne, 
1622, II. 190, 247, 418, IIL 95, 
172, 174, 175, 184; alone, 1622, 
III. 117, 175; 1624,11.297; 1625, 
H. 369, L 277, IL 571 ; 1628, H. 
587; n,d., IL 571, 588. 

Archer, Thos., and Thos. Burrell, Bookr 
sellers, 1673, IL 654. 

Archer, Thos. Thos, FoxtorCs Moral 
Songs, 1728, ded, to. 

Archers of St. George's Fields, Aime 
for. Bicli. Hannis, 1664. — Ballad 
describing the valuee of English, 
1589, II. 14. 

Archery, Art of. Gervase Markham, 
1634, H. 572. — Art of, in Instruc- 
tions how to play Billiards, &c., 1687, 
A. 263. — Brief description of Manual 
Weapons and the disability of Long 
Bow, or. Hump. Barmick, 1591, L 
29. — Merie rejoising historie of the 
notable feates of, of Wm., Duke of 
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jR. S,, 1596, H. 529, II. 

Archie's Jests found in his Closet after 
his decease, 1660, H. 301. See 
Arch, Armstrong. 

Archimagins Anglo-Gallicus. Sir T, 
May erne, 1658. 

Archipelai;o, Present State of the 
Islands in the. Bernard Bandolphy 
1687. 

Archipropheta, sive Johannes Baptista, 
tragcedia. Nic, Grimald, 1548. 

Architectoniciun Trigonunu W. Bed* 
well, 161 2. 

ArchitecturOi Abridgment of Vitni- 
vius, from the French of M. Perrault. 
— Elements of. Sir Hen, Wotton, 
1624. — First and Chief Grounds of* 
John Shute, 1563. — First Book of. 
Sebastian Serly, 161 1. And, Pal- 
ladio, 1663. — Mirror of Architecture. 
Vinceikzo Schamozzi, 1669. — Parallel 
of Ancient with Modem. Botand 



ABOIS 



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ABITHMEtIC 



Freart^ 1664. — Rule of the Five 

Orders of. Jacob Baroaij 16/^6. 
Sam-martiniansB Obsidio. Jacob 

lan^rdy 1629. 
Arctaimi Francoruni. See Ortenhurg. 
Arctomastiz. Paul Harris, 1633. 
Axcyte, Palaemon and. Ricliard Ed- 
• wards f 1566. 
Arden of Favershainy Complaint and 

Lamentation of, [1630], H. 316. — 

Lamentable and True Tragedy of, 

1592, H. 466, L II, IIL 132 ; 1597? 

In; 1599, H. 466; 1633, H. 466, 

IIL 132. 
Areoiiagitica. J, MUton^ 1644. 
Aretina. Sir Geo, Mackenzie, 1660. 
Aretine, Leonard, History of, 1563, II. 

14. 
Aretopliel ; or. Funeral Elegy on 

Walter, Earl of Buccleuche. George 

Lander^ 1634. 
Aretufl, Bernard. Short history of 

Yalentinus G«ntilis the Tritheist, 

1696, 11. 15. • 
Aretns, Jacob. Primula Yeris, 161 2, 

K II. 
Argall, John. Introductio ad Artem 

Dialecticam, 1605, H. 11. 
Aigall, Richard. See AyleU 
Axgall, Robert, of tlie Inner Temple. 

Gerard LeigiCs Accedens of Armory, 

1562, ded. to, 
Argall, Thomas. Thos, Edicard^ Ceph- 

alus and Procris, 1595, ded, to, 
ArgaluB and Parthenia. H. Glapthome, 

1639. F, Quarks, [1622]. — Most 

Excellent Hist, of, 1672, H. 11; 

1691, H. II, 685; n,d., 11. 15. 
ArgeniB. John Barclay, 161^, 
Argensola, Bartholomeo Leonardo de. 

Discovery and Conquest of Molucco, 

&c., 1708, IIL 56. 
ArgentoratL See Strasbnrg, 
Aigamentum Anti-Normannicum, 1682, 

IL 15. 
Argyle, Agnes Douglas, Countess of. 

Sir Wni, Alexander's Aurora, 1604, 

ded, to. 
Azgyle, Anne, Countess of. £1 Alma 

del incomparable San Augustin 

Sacada del Cuerpo de bus Confes- 

siones, 1622, IIL 9. 
Argyle, Archibald, Marquis of, Brief 

Explanation of the Life of. C. C., 



1656, H. 70, IL 678. — Instructions 
to a Son, 1 66 1, I. 11. — Arraignment 
of, 1660, H. II. — Grand Indictment 
of, 1661, IL 15. — Speech to a Grand 
Committee, 1646, IIL 223. — Speech 
and Plea, 1661, III. 29. 

Argyle, Archibald, 9th Earl of. Case 
of, 1683, A. 106. — Trial, in No Pro- 
testant Plot, 1682, IL 344. 

Aigyle, John, Duke of. 7\ Dur/et/s 
Tales, 1704. J. SprueVs Accompt 
current, 1705, ded. to. 

Ariadne, Theseus and. T, Underdoume^ 
1566. 

Ariana. Jean Desmarets de Saint 
Sorlin, 1636. 

Ariodanto and Jeneura, History of. 
Peter Beverley, [1565]. 

Aiiosto. Orlando Furioso, 1591, H. 
11; 1607, H. II, L 11; 1634, H. 
II, L II. Abregement, trans, by 
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12, 1. 12. — Two Tales, 1597, H. 12 ; 
1598, I. 12. 

Arisbas, Euphues amidst his slumbers. 
John Dickenson, 1594. 

Arise and wake, 1557-8, IL 29. 

Aristippns, or the Jovial Philosopher. 
Tlu>s, Randolph, 1630. 

Aristophanes Plutus. Hey for Honesty, 
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Aristotle. Complete Master-piece, 1728, 
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1479, ^^^ ^* Speculum Questionum 
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J595» 15971 1607, H. 15.— VIL 
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Arithinetic. Introduction to lerne and 
rekeu, 1536, 1537, 1546, H, 12, 



ABITHMETICAL 



[ ^9 ] 



ABM8 



— Abachoy 1590. — Baker, Humfrey. 
1574.— Barton, W.,i633-4.-~B., R, 
1655. — Cocker, E., 1678. Decimal 
Arithmetic, 1 685. — Gray, Diouis, 
'577- — Harper, John, 1616-7. — 
Hill, Thoa., 1600. — Hodder, Jas., 
1 668. — Hunt, 1^ icholos, 1 63 1 . — 
Jager, R, 165 1. — Masterson, Thos., 
1592. — Meres, Fr., 1597. — ^Morland, 
Samuel, 1673. — Moore, Sir Jonas, 
1660. — Oughtred, Wm., 1631. — 
Ramee, P. de la, 1592. — Ramus, 
Peter, 1591. — Rawlins, Rich., 1656. 
— Recoids, B., 1658, Whetstone of 
Witt^ 1557. Ground of Artes, 1543. 
— Salignac, B., 161 6. — Stevin, S., 
1608. — ^Taylor, John, n,d, — Webster, 
Wm., 1634.— Wells, E., 1698.— 
Win^te, E., 1673. 

AiiihmeticBl Jewell Wm. Pratt, 
161 7. 

Arithmetical Militarie Treatise called 
Strathioticos. Leonard Digges^ 1 5 7 9* 

Arttiuneticon, Enchiridion. B, Hodges, 
1631. 

Arkontorologion, or the Diall of 
Princes. A. de Gruevara, 161 9. 

Arlington, Henry, Lord, Prince Ku- 
jjert's Letter to, 1673, I^- S^S* — 
True Relation of H.M.'s Fleet: a 
Letter to, 1672, IL 113. — Sketch of 
the River Nile, 1669, ded, to, IIL 

177- 
Arlington, Sir Henry Bennet, Lord. 

David Lloyd*8 Memoirs, 1 7 13, ded. to, 
Armado, or Kayy of 103 Ships, &c. 

John Taylor, 1627. 
Annagli, Archbishop of. N, Bamard'a 

Penitent Death of a Woefull Sinner, 

1641, ded, to. 
Azmagh. Bloody News from Ireland, 

by j€u. Salmon, 1641. 
Armuid, Wm., jr. Funeral Elegy upon 

the death of Sir Gea Sondes, 1655, 

L 393, H. 567. 
Armele, St , Life of, L 474. 
Armenio, John, Pietra Celesta, told 

by, 1658, H. 5. 
Armes, Society of. Orders established 

and agreed upon by, 1616, IL 358. 
Azmilogia sivo Ars Chromocj-itica. 

Sylvanns Morgan, 1666. 
Aimin, Robert. Foole upon Foole, 

1605, H. 12 ; 1600, IV. 119. — 



Italian Taylor and his Boy, 1609, H. 
12. — Nest of Ninnies, 1608, H. 12. 
— Preface to Gilbert Dugdale'a Prac- 
tises of Eliz. Caldwell, 1604. — Two 
Maids of Moreclacke, 1609, H. 12. — 
Verses in Brief Eesolution of a Right 
Religion. C, 8., 1590, H. 528. 

Anning of a Christian Warrior. Hen. 
Barret, 1549. 

Arminian Doctrines the Doctrines of 
the Church of England. Geo. 
Carleton, 1626. 

Arminian haltered. T, S,, 1641, IL 
714. — Heresy, The Spy discovering 
the danger of. J, Bhodes, 1628. 

Anninian Nunnery, The. 1641, H, 
289, 1. 228. 

Arminian Priests last petition. Thos. 
Harbie, 1642. 

Aiminianiom, The Church of Englands 
old Antithesis to New. Wm, Prynne, 
1629. 

Arminiana. Decree of the States 
against certain Remonstrants, 1619, 
IL 418. 

Arminii Mactatorum Renata et reno^ 
vata Petitio. Thos, Harbie, 1642. 

Anniniua, Jas. Life and Death, 1672, 
II. 669. — Speech of Sir Dudley 
Carlton, touching the Troubles caused 
by the Doctrine of, 1618. — Just 
Mans Defence, or the Declaration of 
the Judgement of, 1657, 11. 669. 

Armories, Elements of. Edmund 
Bolton, 1 610. 

Annorins, Johannes. Contributor to 
Eisodia, 1633, I. 78. 

Annorours, Work for. T. Dekker, 
1609. 

Armory, Accedens of. Gerard Leigh, 
1562. — ^Works of. John Bossewell, 

1572. 
Armour of Qod, Dittie exhorting to 

put on the, 1586, IL 179. 

Annour of Proof. Boger Cotton, 1596. 

Arms, A. B. C. of. /. T,, 1616, 1. 415. 

Arms and Armory, Discourse and De- 
fence of. Edto. Waterhouse, 1660. 

Anns, Ancient Usage of. Sir Wm. 
Lhigdale, 1682. — Book of. G, 
Montenay, 1619. — Book of Honor 
and, 1590, H. 45. — Maniement. 
Jacob, De Gheijn, 1619. — Exercise 
of. J, De Geyn, 1643. 



ARMS 



[ 30 ] 



ABNOULLET 



Arms of England, 1562-3, II. 199. 

ArmSy Ship of. Samuel Braseej 1653. 

Armstrong, Archibald. Archie's Jests, 
1660, H. 301. — ^Archy's Dream, 1641, 
H. 1 2, 1. 1 2. — Banquet of Jests, 1633, 
L 12; 1639, L 12. — Verses in T. 
Dempster, Scotia Illustrior, 1620. 

AmiBtrong, Gabriel, and liis wife Mar- 
garet. TL Tuke'8 Picture of a True 
Protestant, T609, ded. to. 

Armstrong, Johnny, History of, tud,, 
H. 12; [1680]. H. 12. — Johnny A.'s 
Last Good Night, H. 12. — and Na- 
thaniel Musgravo, Ballad of, H. 12. 

Armstrong, Sir Tlios., Impartial Ac- 

, count of the Behaviour of, 1684, II. 
15. — Proceedings against, 1684, 11. 

. 15. — Remarkable Observations on, 
1684, 11. 15. — True Account of the 
I5ringing up of, 1684, IIj ^S^ — True 
Copy of a Letter from S. J. to, 1684, 

n. 15. 

Army and Navy, Certain Prayers set 
forth by Authority, for success of, 
1597, IL 196. 

Army, Argument showing that a 
Standing, is inconsistent with Free 
Government, 1597, II. 16. — Argu- 
ment against a Standing Army recti- 
fied, 1697, Part IL; 1697, IIL 6. — 
Argument proving that a small num- 
ber of Regulated Force<^ &c., 1698, 
IIL 6. — Articles and Charge of the, 
1648, IL 16. — Case of disbanding 
the, 1698, III. 6. — Case of a Stand- | 
ing, fairly stated, 1699, III. 6. — 
Case of the Army truely stated, 

1647, IL 16. — Declaration of the, 

1648, IL 16, — Declaration of the 
Faithfull Soldiers of the, 1659, IL 
16. — Declaration of the General 
Council of Officers of the, 1659, IL 
16. — Exact and Perfect Relation of 
the Proceedings of the, under Sir T. 
Fairfax, 1645, IL 16. — Humble Peti- 
tion and Address of Officers of the, 
1659, IL 16. — Humble Answer of 

.the General Council and Officers of 
the, 1648, IL 16. — in France, 1591- 
Letter sent from a Gentleman, <&c., 
II. 195. — Just Vindication ol A, 
Wa'H'en, 1647. — Letter to A. B. C 
D. E. F., &c, concerning Uieir Argn- 
ments against a Standing, 1698, IIL 



6. — Letter to a Member of Parlia- 
ment, concerning the " Mariners," 
1699, IIL 7. — Letter, ballancing the 
necessity of keeping a Land Force, 
1697, IIL 6. — Confutation of, 1698, 
IIL 6. — Letter from the author 
of Argument against a Standing 
Army, 1697, IIL 6. — Petition from 
several Regiments of the, rud., lY. 4. 
<^Plea for their Present Practice, 
1659, IL 16.— Remembrancer, 1647, 
IL 16. — Remonstrance and Address 
of Armies, 1660, IL i6. — ^Remon- 
strance, 1648,11. 104. — Short History 
of Standing Armies in England, 1698, 
IL 17. Brief Reply to, 1698, IIL 
6. — Reflections on, 1699, IIL 7. — 
Short Vindication of Marine Rei^i- 
ments, 1699, in answer to "Letter 
to a Member of Parliament," IIL 7. 
— True Account of Land Forces in 
England, 1699, ^^^ 7* 

Armyne, Sir Wm. Wm, Wood^a New 
England's Prospect, 1634, ded, to, 

Amalt and Lucenda, Ilistorie of. 
ClaudluB Desatrdiens, 1575. 

Amaiild, Antoine. Le franc discours, 
1602, IIL 7. 

Amehdim in Gelderland, Tydyngs of a 
huge chylde bom at, 1576, II. 414. 

Amhem, Proclamation . . . with De- 
clarations and Confessions taken ao 
Provincial Synode at, 16 18, IV. 156. 

Arnold, John, BooJcseller, 1569, IL 14, 

497; 1569-701 n. 173, 318, 657; 
1578, H. 49. 

Arnold, Mother, alias Whitecote, Ex- 
amination and Confession of, 1575, 
H. 187. 

Arnold, Richard. Names of Bayliffs, 
Custos, Mayors, and Sheriffs of Lon- 
don, [1502], L 12, H. 13; [1521], 
H. 13, I. 12 ; n.d,, H 13. 

Arnold, Richard, and others. Thoa. 
Prtnce*8 Silken Independent's Snare 
Broken, 1649, III. 204. 

Arnold, Clinton, and Purser, to their 
Conntreymen whatsoever, H. 182. 

AmolduB de Villa Nova. Defence of 
Age and Recovery of Youth, II. 669. 

Arnott, Sir John. Jos, MaxwelPa 
Golden Art, 161 1, ded. to, 

AmotiUet, Fiuncois, Vrinter at Lyons^ 
1586, I. 26a. 



ABNWA7 



[ 3t ] 



ABTI0LE8 



Amiray, Jobn. Tablet, or Moderatioa 

of Charles L, Martyr, 1661, XL 17. 
Aznyot, Jamea Translated Plutarch's 

Lives, 1579. 
Aipington, Kent. Strange News from, 

H.317. 
Axragon, Queen of : Tragi-Comedie. 

W, Hatdngton^ 1640. 
Aira^on, Admirant of. Letter of the 

Emperor of Grermany to the, 1599, 

IL 246. 
Amigmnent of lewd, froward and 

unconstant women. Job, Swetnam^ 

1615.— K>f Mr. Persecution Europe, 

1 645, H. 3S0. — of the whole Creature. 

K Hendersonf 1631. 
Amis, Edward, Madeira, Account of 

the Tree of Life, in Boger BacmCs 

Cure of Old Age, 1683. 
Anan, Arthur Gore, Earl of. Speech 

to the Scotch Nobility and Gentry, 

1689, IL 646. 
Azraa, James, Earl of. The Neapolitan, 

traiia. Edw. Spence^ 1683, ded, to. 
Anas, Description and Map of the 

Siege of, 1640, IL 232. 
Axrevt, Process of, Some Reasons . . • 

for continnanco of, 167 1, UL 117. 
Axreftiiiiifl, Leooardus. Prefacio in 

libros ethicorum Aristotelis, 1479, 

IIL6. 
AxTOW against all Tyrants and Tyrrany. 

Richard Overton^ 1646. 
Ar row Bin itlL The Keformation, Comedy, 

1673, I- 13- 
A no w ain itli, F. Edmund. True and 

Exact Relation of Death of Two 

Catholics, 1737, IL 332. 
AiTOWsmitb, John. John HalVs HorsB 

Yacivse, 1646, ded, to, 
A n r owmi ith, Steven. Confession and 

Execution, 1678, L 342. 
An Adulandi ; or, the Art of Flattery. 

U, Fultcood^ 1576. 
An Aulica. Z. Ducci, 1607. 
An Moriendi, [Caxton, 1491], IL 17 ; 

[Caxton, 1491 1], IL 17; [1503]. L 

494; 1509,1. 494. 
AnaiMB. Orations against Philip, 

King of Maoedone, IL 17. 

Art and Nature join hand in hand. 

John Durantj 1697. — ^how to know 

Men. &eur De La Chambre^ 1665. 

ShamelesB Shifting, 1580, II. 



557.— of well speaking, 1650, II. 
409. 

Ax't asleep, Husband. R, Brathwaiie, 
1640. 

Artachthos, or a New Book declaring 
the Assize or Weight of Bread. J, 
Pehkethmany 1638. 

Artamenes. G, de Scudery, i^53- 

Artaxerxes Mncmon. Life and Death. 
Sa. Clarke^ 1665. 

Artemidoms, Dreams, 1558-9, IL 17. 
— Interpretation of Dreums, trans, R. 
Wood, 1656, H. 13. 

Arthington, Henry. Principal Points 
of Holy Profession, 1607, H 13. — 
Seduction of, by Hacket, [1592], 
H. 13. 

Arthur, King. Life, Acts, and Deatli. 
J. Leland, 1582. — History of. M, 
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1695. — ^Ancient Order, Society and 
Unity laudable of, and his knights. 
/. Lelandy 1583. — Assertio in(jly- 
tissimi Arthurii Regis Britanniae. J, 
Lelandy 1544. — Devise des Armes 
des Chevaliers de la Table Round, 
1590, H. 14. — Great Britain's Glory, 
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La Live ou rOmat, vol. i., lY. 4 ; 
1502 ; n.rf., IV. 4. — Story of, trans. 
Sir Thos. Malory, 1485, H. 13; 
1498, H. 13, 1. 13; 1529, H. 13, L 
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1634, H. 13, L 13. 

Axthur, King. Opera by John Dryden^ 
1691. 

Arthur of Bradley, 1. 47. 

Arthur of little Brytayn, trans, by Lord 
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Arthur of Dalgrave, History of Oli- 
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Arthosius, Gotardus. Dialogues in * 
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ArtidOB, Certain, collected and taken 
by the Bishops, &c. Thos, Cart- 
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Feb. 1605, II. 308. — concluded and 
agreed upon by the Lords, Cardinals, 
&c., 16 1 9, UL 85. — devised by the 
holy consent of Kings, 1533, 11. 17. 
—of our Faith, n,d,, 1. 14. — of Peace, 
1605, IL 308. — of Peace, entercourse. 



ABTIOXnJ 



[ 32 ] 



ASOUNS 



and Commerce, 1630, III. 35. — of 
Religion. Conference at Westminster, 
1539, II. 192. — to be enquired for, 
1548, 1559, 11. 17; 1562, 1563, 
1584, III. 281 ; 1620, 1625, 1626, 
11. 18 ; 1629, 11. 427 ; 1631, II. 17 ; 
1634, 11. 427 ; 1639, II. 18; n.d.y II. 
326. — Twelve, 1639-40, II. 18. — 
wherein it is agreed, &c., 1575, II. 18. 

Articnli ad narrationes novas pertim 
formati, 1539, IV. 4. 

Artificers, Servants, and Labourers, 
Ordinal or Statute concerning, [1535]) 
1551, H. 613. 

Artificial Embellisbments. M. 5., 
1665, I. 369. 

Artificial Fire, or Coal for rich and 
poor, Mich. Godtng, 1628. 

Aztifidal Waters, This book treateth 
of all the best, n.d, H. 475. 

Artillery, Treatise of. Tu7n, Moretti, 

1673- 
Artillery Garden. Thos, Beklcer, 161 6. 

Artillery Men, Exercise for young, 
1642, I. 14. 

Artis rationis maxima, Ohadiah Wal- 
ker, 1673. 

Arts and Sciences, Uncertainty and 
Vanity of. //. CI Agrippa, 1569. 

Arts Glory, or Pen-Mans Treasury. 
Edw, Cocker, 1674- — Ground of. R, 
Becord, 1543. — Marriage of the. 
Barten Holy day, 1618. 

Arnndel, Alathea, Countess of. Juniu^ 
Paintingof the Ancients, 1638,(^6^!. to, 

Anmdel, Elizabeth, Countess of. Life 
of Bt, Anthony of Padua, 1660, 
(led, to, 

Arundel, Henry Fitz-Alan, Earl of. 
Copy of Letter sent to. John Brad- 
ford, [1555].— Epitaph, 1579-80, IL 
18. — Mourning Ditty on, 1579, H. 
14, L 316. 

Anmdel, Henry, Earl of. Aphra 
Behn'8 The City Heiress, 1682. 
Henry Keepers Monumenta West- 
monasteriensia, 1682, ded, to, 

Anmdel, Lady. Thos, Lodge's Poor 
Man's Comfort, ded. to, H. 342. — The 
Idea of a Perfect Princess, 1661, ded. 
to, IL 381. 

Arnndel, Philip Howard, Earl of. 
Sophadet^ Antigone. InterpreteThoma 
Watsono, 1581, ded. to. 



Anmdel, Thos. Earl of. Life and 
Actions. Sir Edward Walker, 1705. 
— Cassar Oudin's Spanish Grammar, 
1622. J. Cru8o*8 Military Instruc- 
tions, 1632. W. Oughtred'a Arithi 
metica, .1631. A. VincenVs Dis- 
covery of Errors, 1622, ded. to. 

Anmdel, Wm. Fitz-Alan, Earl of. J. 
de Voragine*8 Golden Legend, 1483, 
printed at the request of. 

Arundel Marbles. Marmora Oxoniensia. 
H. Prideattx, 1676, IV. 5. 

Anmdell, Mark. Fortune in her Wits. 
Fr. De Quevedo, 1697, ded. to. 

AnmdeU, Wm, Bookseller, 16 16-7, II. 
470; 1617, L 115, in. 193. 

Amsiens, Speedy Remedy for the Pesti- 
lence, 1569-70, II. 18. 

Arviragns and Philicia. L. Carliell, 
1639. 

Arwaker, Edmund. Fons Perennis, 
1686, L 14.— The Vision, 1685, II. 
669.— The Vision, Part 2, 1685, IIL 
7. — Poem in Aphra Belinda Lycidus, 
1688. 

As I did hearc sale: Ballad, 1581, 11. 
389. — As I me walked my selfe all 
lone, 1562-63, II. 29. — As the kynde 
of the owle ys all by nyghte, 1564- 
65, IL 30. 

Aflcham, Anthony. Astronomy, 1552, 
H. 15. — Confusions and Revolutions 
of Government, 1648, II. 18 ; 1649, 

III. 7. — Little Herbal. Potoell, 1550, 
H. 15. King, 1550, H. 15, L 14, 

IV. 5. — Prognostication and Al. 
manack, 1550, 1555, 1557, H. 15 ; 
Prognostication, 1552, H. 15. — State 
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Printers, 1643, H. 63, 667, II. 327. 
Austin, Robert, Printer in the Old 

Baily, 1644, H. 667, I. 463 ; 1645, 

H. 667, L 358, IIL 119; 1646, H. 

456, n. 366; 1647, H. 90, 508, 1. 

378, 463, IL 682, IIL 95; 1648, 

H. 171, 668, I. 463; 1649, I. 463; 

1653, H. 669; 1656,11. 250; n,d., 

H. 310, II. 102, I. 341. 



Austin, Saint See Augustine. 

Austin, St, of Abingdon. Myrrour of 
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Austin, Samuel, the elder. Urania, 
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on Charles IL, 1661, H. 17, I. 17. 
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L 17. — Translated Cicerone Caio 
Major, 1648. 

Australe, Iter; attempting something 
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Australia. Arcano del Mare di Roberto 
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47. 
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a last discovery of a fourth Island 

near Terra Australis Incognita. H. 

C. Van Sloetten, 1668. — Mundus 

Alter et Idem. Jos. Hall, 1605. 

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IL 169; [c. 1720], H. 18. 

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Authoris, De Usu. Tkos. Home, 1639. 

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1542. 
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and authentique. Joseph Wehbe, 

1623. 

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Anto-iiuiehia. Joshua SyHv^efy tud, 

Ave CflB88£ God Save the King, 1603, 
H. 296U 

Avenacons. Resnrrectioii of the Dead. 
Tnna. IL PordeVy 1573, II. 21. 

ATenar, Johiu Enemy of Security, 
1580, 1. 475 ; i6ii,IIL 9. 

ATOMt^ Wife of Alex., Loj'd Mayor of 
l/mdony Epitaph on death of. John 
PhUip, 1570^ H. 457. 

Avorall, Wm. Dyall for Damty Dar- 
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685, L 18. — ^Four Notable histories, 
1590, H. 18, I. i8i IL 670. — Mar- 
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IL 18,1. 18. — Special Remedy against 
the furious force of lawless love, 
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News from Suffolk and Essex, 1583, 
U. 18. 

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AwHakf Doctor. Audi Filia, 1620, 1. 18. 

ATin. Hen. WiUoughhy^ 1594. 

Atob, £., Faithful Narrative of the 
strange appearance of, 1674, H. 677. 

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gable the. Ja», Hdy, 1672. 

Avoiia» by K G., 1675, ^^ ^5- 

Avxll, Father. Travels, 1693, III. 9. 

Arvny, Guillaume, Printer, Paris, 
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1586, II. 199. — Awake, O thou man 
mortall, 1564, IL 29. — O England, 
1660, IL 202. 

Awakening Warning to the Wofull 
World. P. Serarius, 1662. 

Awaj with't quoth Washington, 1660, 
HL 118. 

Awtny; John. James CMs Of Death, 
1629, ded. to, 

Awdeloy, John, Pritder inLittU Britain 
Sireety Great St, Bartliolomeio'a. 
Cruel Assault of God's Fort, H. 18. 
—Ditty on Prayer, H. i a— Epitaph 
on John Viron, H. x8, L 18. — Fra- 
ternity of Vagabonds, 1565, H. 18 ; 
1575, H. 18; 1603, H. 18. — Eccles. 
XX., Remember Death, 1569, H. 18, 
I. 18 — ^Woodeza of England, 1559, 
H. 18. — Works printed by. 1559, H. 
18; 156^ H.473. L 55. 214, IL 657; 
1560-61, IL 588, 614; 1561, H. 



128, L 308 ; 1562-3, IL 221, 623 ; 
1563, n. 692; 1563-4, IL 614; 
1565, H. 18; 1566, H. 157, 226, 
662, IL 12, 246, 657, IIL 9 ; 1568, 
H. 315, A 209 ; 1569, H. 18, 342, 
476, L 18, 146; 1570, H. 315, 320, 
342, 542, L 35, 247, 379, IL 537 ; 

I570-7I* II- 192 ; 1571* H. 23, 379, 
L20; 1572, IIL 289; 1573. IL 13; 
1574, H. 534 ; 1575, H. 18, 586, IL 
146, III. 49 ; 1 581-2, H. 463; n.d,, 
H. 18, 250, 538, L 18, 342. 

Awfeeld, Thos. Life and End, 1585, 
H. 180. 

Awl, SiL More News from Rome, 
1666, IL 486. 

Axe at the Root of Professors Miscar- 
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Aylesbury, Robt., Earl of. Sir W. 
DugdMs Ancient Usage of Ensigns 
of Honour, 1682. JTenop/ton'^Kyrou 
Paideia, trans, Fr. Digbv, 1685, ded. 
to. 

Aylet, Roberta A Wife not ready 
made, but bespoken, 1653, H. 19. — 
Devotions, 1655, H. 19.— Divine 
and Moral Speculations, 1654, H. 
19. — Joseph, 1623, H. 18, A. 164. 
— Peace with her Four Gardens, 
1622, H. 18. — Song of Songs, Bride's 
Ornaments, &c., 1621, H. 11, 1. 11 
(wrongly attributed to Richard Argall 
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18. — Thrift's Equipage, 1622, H. 
18. 

Aylmer, Brabazon, Bookseller at the 
Three Pigeons, near tJie Royal Ex- 
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482, L 238 ; 1682, III. 161 ; 1683, 
HL 29, 66; 1687, IV. 147; 1688, 
L 484 ; 1^95, II. 591 ; 1696, IL 
601; 1697, IIL 198; 1699,11! 77, 
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Aylmer, Bp. Hen, PeachanCs Garden 
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Ayloffe, Capt Published Sir Chas. 
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Ayxe,Wm. Tnnslated Ta»o'« Amintas, 
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Ayres, Major John. John Seddon's 

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n,d.y A 261. 
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19. — Bevengeful Mistriss, 1696, I. 

19. — Translated De Salts Barha- 

dilki's Fortunate Fool, 1670. 
Ayacongh, Wm., Bookseller in Bridle- 

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the Warres, &c, between England 

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Amorous Poems, H. 19. — Verses in 
Sir Wm. Alexander's Monarchick 
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Aiores, Isle of, Report of the fight 
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B. 



B, A. Life of St Thomas Becket, 

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to Tacitus, End of Nere, 1591, II. 

590- 
B., A. Translated Heineius, Nobleness 

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B., A. Jokn WiUon*s Andronicus Com- 
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B., A., and M. L., Boolcsdlers, 1624, 

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B., A., and Z. W. Demonstration . . . 

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139- 
B., C. Address to the Hon. City of 

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1683, n. 21. 
B., C, GeiU, Short Method of Physick, 

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B., C, Printer and Bookseller, 1578, H. 

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685. 
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Nabbes, Unfortunate Mother, 1640. 
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Poems, 1728. 
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H. 354» 441, 480, L 389. 
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B., P., Geni, Vercingetorixa, 1663, 

IIL 10.— Translator of F. Le Blanc's 

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B., F., Bookseller, 1644, at the Mari- 

ffold, in Paul's Churchyard, H. 22. 
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4, 402. 



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B., G^ (kmt<ib. Verses in Greene's 

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B., G. Discourse of the great subtilite 

and wisdom of the Italians, 1591, 

H. 293. 
B., G. News out of France, [i59i]9 

IV. 6. 
B., G., Wicked Work of a Wretched 

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B, G. Ludus Sacchise, 15979 H. 20. 
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L 2a 
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III 277. 
B, G. Dedication of John Asileifa 

Art of Riding, 1584. — ^Verses in 

Tartafflia*s Art of Shooting, 1588. 
B, G. Dedication of V. PuectnCa Life 

of Mother Suor Maria Maddalena 

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B, G, BookseUer, 1653, in Fleet Street, 

H. 117; 1656, IL 613; 1681, II. 

343. 
B, G., and R W., Printers, 1643, 

H. 565, ILL 234, A. 269. 
B, H. Observations for Latin and 

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B, H. Verses in E. Spenset's Faerie 

Queen, 1590. 
B, H. Baiting of the Pope's Bull, 

1627. See Hen, Burton, 
B, H. Congratulatory Letter to all 

Afflicted Catholic?, U. 21. 
B, H. Relation of a Strange Beast, 

1635,11,157. 
B, H. Schola XJrbanitatis, 1652, II. 

21. 

B., H., Bookseller at the Castle, Com- 
kiU, 1643, M- 198; 1644,1V. 31; 
1645, -^ 353* Compare Blunden, 

B, H., Printer, 1608, H. 334, 393, T. 
290; 1609, H. 150; 1661, L 67; 
1663, H. 105 ; 1673, IL 654 ; 1674, 
H. 694; 1682, IL 121; 1683, II. 
35; 1685, L 370; tf.d,, L 494. 

B, H., and C. T., Booksellers, 1660, 
L 128. 

B, H. H. Tlie World's Idol. Trans- 
lated from Aristophanes, 1659, H. 

I2» II. 15. 

B., L Brief and Faythful dcclamtion 
of True fayth of Christ, 1547, IIL 
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B., L Dialogue between a vertuous 

Gentleman and a Popish Priest, 

1581, n. 22. 
B., I,, Position of, before the Earl of 

Huntingdon, 1600, III. 10. 
B., L Verses in Ovid's Salmacis and 

Hermaphroditus, 1602. 
B., L [John Brown], 0/ London, Mer- 

chani. Merchant's Remonstrance, 

1644, HI, 10. 
B., L Herefordshire Orchards, 1657, 

IIL la 
B., L, and others. Continuation to 

Melpomene, 1678, H. 169. 
B , L Translated A. Skene's Govern- 
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1685. 
B., L, Bookseller. See Joan Bronte, 

1592-8, John Bushy, 
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Fleet Street, 1602, H. 31. 
B., I, Bookseller, Pied Bull, Paulas 

Churchyard, 1608, L 213, H. 271. 
B., L, Bookseller, 1642, II. 124, IIL 

213; 1648, 1. 130. 
B., L, Printer, i6oo, IIL 293 ; 1609, 

L 213 ; 1615, H. 50 L 251 ; 1616, 

L 176; 1617, H. 242; 1618, H. 

123, I. 251, IV. 24 ; 1624, IL 691 ; 

1631, H. 333, I. 74, IL 320, IIL 

81 ; 1632, L 68, 228, 284 ; 1633, 

H. 374. 384. I- 27» 163, 167, 182 ; 

1636, II. 72 ; 1638, I. 459 ; 1639, 

H. 595, L 419 ; 1641, I. 249. 
B., L D. Eclogue ou Chant Pastoral, 

1627, IIL 10. 
B., J. Copy of a Letter written by a 

Spanish Gentleman, 1589, I. 20. 
B,; J. A Treatise with a Kalendar, 

[1598], IL 22. 
B., J. The Hope of Peace, 1601, I. 20. 
B., J. Algiers Voyage, 1621, I. 20. 
B., J. Excellent ai.d Materiall Dis- 
course, 1626, L 21. 
B., J. Relation of the going forth of a 

Holland Fleet, 1626, II. 22. 
B., J. Latine Grammar, 1652, H. 20. 
B., J. An Answer for Mr. Calauiy, 

1663, H. 655. 
B., J. Translator of Amorous Traveller, 

[1672], II. 602. 
B., J. Proposal ... for suppressing of 

Popery, 1680, II. 22. 
B., J. Protestant's Letter to the Lords 



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in the Tower, 1680, IL 22. — Thaiika , 

upon Thanks, 1680, IL 22. 
B., J. The Temple, 1680-2, I 21. 
B., J. Young Lover's Guide, 1699, I. 

21. 
B., J. Contributor to Phoenix of these 

Jjiie Times, or Life of Henry Welby, 

1637. 

B^ J. Dedication of T. Beza's House- 
hold Prayers, 1603. 

B., J., Qtnt, Translated O. F. Lore- 
dano^B Academical Discourses, 1664. 
Pedro Mexia^s Rarities of the 
World, 1651. A, Corraro^B Borne 
exactly described, 1 664. Characters 
, or Pourtraicts of the present Court 
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21. — Faire in Spittle Fields, 1652, 
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20, I. 21. 

B., J^ M,A. Serious Item to securrf^' 
Sinners, 1666, IIL la — The Amoret, 
[1690], III. 10. 

B., J., of Woreesterahtre, Kidderminster- 
Stuff, 1681, IL 22. 

B., J., Bookseller, 1610, and sold in S. 
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1612, IL123; 1613,11.459,1.170; 
1614, H. 334; 1637, H. 204; 1642, 
n. 95, 451 ; 1645, H. 328, IIL 181 ; 
1654, I. 454 ; 1673, II- 82, 203, IIL 
65; 1680, L 212, IL 169, 343; 
1683, IL 344, 559; n,d, H. 163. 

B., J., -PriTi^w, 1615, 2- 299; 1616, 
H. 218; 1630, H. 594 ; 1647, IV. 
162 ; 1650, A. 208; 1654, H. 617 ; 
1658, H. 472, II. 652 ; [1660], H. 
303 ; 1664, IL 592 ; [1670], IIL 28 ; 
1675, 1- 397 ; 1676, IIL 174 ; 1677, 
I. 126, III. 103 ; 1680, IL 343 ; 
1687, L 207, IL 513; 1688, IL 

595- 
B., J., and W. B., Printers, 1674, IL 

163. 
B., J., Printer at Aberdeen, See James 

Brown. 
B., J., and S. B., Printers, 1600, IIL 

307- 
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B., K., Bookseller in Little Britain, 

1673, IIL 199. 

B., L. Epistle in Wm. Roy^s Satire 

' against Wdlsey, 1526. 



B., L. Contributor to Academy of Com- 
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of Compliments. 

B., L. Murther will out, 1692, IIL 
277. 

B., 11 Trial of True Friendship, 1596, 
U. 20. 

B., Lady M. The Office of the Holy 
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B., M., Printer, 1645, L 142, 418, III. 
i37> 223; 1648, L 130. 

B., li.. Bookseller, 1660, H. 284. 

B, N. Oddes, 1622, IL 22. 

B, N. Address in B, Antrohu^ Buds 
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B, N., M,D, Discourse of Trade, 1690, 
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B., N., Catholic, History of the Life 
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B, N., Bookseller, 1684, L 171. 

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B., P., Gent, Juvenilia Sacra, 1664. 
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B., P. Translator of Z. Founiaint'ft 
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man's Complaint, 1580, H. 20. — 
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20. 

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B., B. Idea of Arithmetick, 1655, L 

21. 

B, B. Legend of St. Cuthbert, 1663, 
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B, B. Monthly Preparation for the 
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B., B. Verses in N, Breton^s Charac- 
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stegan*s Restitution of Decayed In- 
telligence, 1605. 

B., B. Verses in Second Part of The 
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B.,B:, £$q, DilTereuce between Ancient 

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I. 21. 
B., &, Paglar of AsheU, Co. Norfolk. 

Translation of Remonatrance of James 

L, 1619, ^ 3®7« 
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H. 656; 1664, 1. 349. 
S^ Bi Bookseller, Bible, in Cfieapeide, 

1630^ H. 551 ; 1636, H. 60. 
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81. PauPe, 1609, U. 498. 
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53«t II- 352; \}S9Z\ I- 20; 1599, 
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*95> 423. 482, 1. 136, iiL 178, rv. 

^37; "605, L 165; 1606, H. 149, 

ILL 31 ; 1608, H. no, 445, 471, I. 

88; 1615, H. 524; 1619, H. 203; 

1632, IL 437, 555, 641 ; 1634, L 

6; 1635, IL 586; 1636, IIL 306; 

1637, L 209 ; 1638, L 313, 362 ; 

1639, H. 658; 1640, IL 260, IV. 

91 ; 1641, IIL 112; 1647, IL 528; 

1648, L 369; 1651, n. 289; 1670, 

IL 713; 1671, L 494; 1674, IL 

679; 1712, IL 62; n.d, H. 147. 
B^ 8. Preface to Auacreon, t%'an8, 

1683, L 9. 
B-, 8. y. Comber's Friendly and 

Seasonable Advice, 1686, derl. to. 
B^ 8^ Printer at Newcastle, 1651, IIL 

79- 
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21. 
Biv T. Rebellion of Naples, 1651, 1. 

22. 
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Art of Memory, 1683. 
B^ T^ Esq. See Bedinafield. 
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IIL 164; 1642, IL 293; 1645, IIL 

233; 1646, IL 350; 1649, H. 322; 

1651, IIL 57; 1680, IIL 43; 1681, 

IL 344, 487, 500, 623; 1682, H. 

no, L 165; 1683, IIL 216; 1684, 

L 393, IL 514, 609; 1688, L 387; 

1692, IIL 46. 
B.9T., Bookseller, 1612, H. 508; 1623, 

«. 154; 1641, H. 102, L 376, 377; 



at his shop in Old Bayly, II. 410, 
335 ; 1642, L 295, 344, IL 359, 
- 447 ; at the Maide^ihead, nr. Holbom 
C<mduit; 1647, H. 661, IL 107; 
1650, IL 140. 

B., T., and F. Coules, Booksellers, 1641, 
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B., W. Poem on Chess in G. B.^s 
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21, L 22. / 

B., W. That which seemeth best is 
worst, 1617, H. 313. 

B., W. Help to Discourse. See Basse. 

B,, W, Non-entity of Protestancy, 
1633, IIL II. 

B., W, Fables of Aesop. See W. 
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the Ladies, 1659, IL 11, H. 325. — 
Yellow Book, 1656, H. 324; 1659, 
H. 324, IIL 1 1. 

Bm W. Hang Pinching, H. 21. — 
Trapper Trapt, 1657, H. 21, IL 
22. 

B., W. A Seasonable Discourse, 1679, 

rv. 119. 

B., W. Funeral Sermon on the Earl 
of Sh y, 1683, II. 22. 

B., W. Ingenii Fructus, [1700], L 65. 

B., W. Verses in Ovid, SaJmacis and 
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B., W, Translated P. EsquiUu^ Won- 
derful News of death of Paul IIL, 
1549- ^' ^^ MeufCs Dodechedron" 
of Fortune, 1613. S. MiehaeW Con- 
version of a Penitent Woman, 
1 6 1 3. Free Schoole of Warre, 1625, 
IL 633. V. UAudiguiei^s Love and 
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B., W., and T. C, Booksellers, 1582, 
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B., W., Bookseller, [1600], H. loi ; 
1601, H. 680, 1. 470; 1615, H. 595 ; 
1617, H. 545, L 270; 1621, H. 430, 
1641, IIL 185, A. 267; 1674, I. 

305- 
B., Wt, Printer, 1649, I- ^74 5 1650, 
IIL 255; 1700, IIL 68; 1705, IL 
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B., W., auJ J. B., Prifiters, 1674, II. 

163. 
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Silver Wares, 1677, III. 11 ; 2nd 

Edit, 1678, IL 22 ; 1679, IIL 11. 
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the Holy Week, 1670, III. 295. 
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Baber, John. Heliocrene, by /. IT., 

1725, (led, to. 
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Babington, John. Pyrotechnia, 1635, 

I. 22. 
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the Treasons of Ballard and. TT. 

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Babylon. Du Bartas, 1596. 
Babylon, Mystical. Theop, Higgonsy 

1624. — New News and Strange 

News from, 1641. — Siege and taking 

of. Z, Aga, 1639. — Siege of. S. 

Pordage, 1678. 
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Keith, n,d. 
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Steere, 1682. 
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Babylon's Merchants, Account of. 

Richard Crane, 1660. 
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Bacchus and Diana, Contestation be- 
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— turned Doctor. Ben Jonson, n.d. 

Bache, John, Bookseller in Popes-head 
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Bachelor, Ballett of the, 2561-2,11. 23. 

Bachelor's Answer to the Maid's Com- 
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unto, 1569-70, IL 23. — FeasL M. 
Parken', lud. 



Bachelors well to fayre, I wish all, 
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Bachiler, John. Sir S. D'Ewes, Primi- 
tive Practise of preserving truth, 
1645, IIL 64. 

Back, John, Bookseller^ Black Boy on 
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H. 220; 1694, IV. 22; 1696, H. 

iS3» I- 239; "-^-j H. 158, 192, 193, 
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Bacon, Lady Anne, wife of Sir Nich. 
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Bacon, Anthony. Du Bartas* Miracle 
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Bacon, Sir Edmund, Sir Hen}^ Wot- 
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Bacon, Francis. Opera, 1623, II. 23 ; 
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1680, IL 23; in Italian, 16 18, UI. 
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rro6ecutton8i Ahndged hy T. BusJieil, 
1659. — Relation of the Sweating- 
fiickness examined by Henry Stubhe^ 
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1627, TIT. II ; 2nd Edit., 1628, II. 
24 ; 1631, n. 24 ; 1635, in. 12 ; 5th 
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1675, H. 21. — True Peace, 1663, III. 
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Wisdom of the Ancients, 1 619, 1. 23, 
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Uon.DonL,i626,IL 24. — Theologica 
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Peytan!s Glasse of Time, 1620. Sam. 
WarcTs Jethro's Justice of Peace» 
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Bacon, Friar, See Roger Bacon, 
Bacon, lionelL JTen. you//'a Canzonets, 

1608, ded» to. 
Bacon, Nathaniel Hen, YotdTe Can- 
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Bacon, Nathaniel Uniformity of the 
Government of England, 1687, II. 
25. — Uniformity of the GoTernment, 
fyc^ Continuation, 165 1, IL 25. 
Bacon, Sir Nicholas, Commendation of. 
Lam-ence Raansa^i Man's Fatal End, 
1578.— Epitaph, 1578-9, IL 25.— 
Rememhrance of life of, Geo. Whet- 
stone, 1578. — Thoe. Twifne'e Gar- 
land of Godly Flowers. Thos. Pkaer'a 
First Nine hooks of Yirgils iEiieid, 
1562. L. Digger! Pantometria, 1571. 
Sir William Staunford^s King's Pre- 
rogative, 1567, ded. to. 
Bacon, Nicholas. Sir Thos. Browne's 
Hydriotaphia, 1658. Hen. YoulVs 
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Bacon, R The Lahyrinth the Kiog- 

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Bacon, Roger. Cure of Old Agt, 1683, 
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1683, ^ 22, II. 475. Printed by 
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1659, H. 22. 

Bacolom Familiare. John Bla^gravf, 
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Baddeley, Richard. Preface to The 
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Baddeley, Richard, Bookseller, within 
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Baddiaon, Captain John, To our Vali- 
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Badger, G., Bookseller in S. Dunstofi's 
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L 258 : 1650, H. 502, L 356, IV. 51 ; 

165 1, n. 289. 

BadgBT, Richard, PWn/^ a^id Bookseller^ 
1627, IIL 152 ; 1629, IL 511 ; 1634. 
IL 293; 1640, IL 93; 1632, II, 
261, IIL 18 ; 1633, IL 258; 1634, 
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1640, IL 156. III. 56 ; 1642, IL 95. 

Badger, T., Printer, 1640, L 2, 272 ; 
1642, H. 629, n. 426, 447» 551, IV. 
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57 ^ 
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in N. Uptoni de Studio Militari, 

1654. 

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Bagnio, Description of the Dake's. 
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1654, IL 150. — ^Truth and Loyalty 
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Bagshaw, Henr3% Sennon preacht iii 
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Bagsliaw, W. De Spiritualibus Pecci, 
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Bagshaw and Busby, Masters of West- 
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Bagwell, Wm. Mystery of Astronomy, 
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1664, H. 22. — The Merchant Dis- 
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Baildon, John. Jean de Beattchemey 
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Baildon, Jos. Trans, of MexioHs Kari- 
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Bailey, Abraham. Tlie Spiteful Sister, 
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Bailey, Walter. Discourse of Pepper, 
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BailiifB, Dotrnfall of the, 1675, A. 164. 

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Baillie, Alex. Airs for the Flute, [i 735], 
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Baily, Dr. Treatise on Eyesight : In 
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Baily, John, Boolcseller in Cliancery 
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Baily, Thos. Life of Bp. John Fisher, 

1655. II. 26. 

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524. 



Baily, Thos., and John Deane^ Bo(fk' 

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Bainbridge, J. Astronomical Descnp- 

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unfolded. B, Ooerton, 1649. 
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Burton^ 1627. 
Baker, Andrew, Execution of. The 

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Baker, Anne, Confession of. liarl of 

Rutland's Wonderful Discovery, 

1619. 
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n. 671. 
Baker, Colonel The Blazing-Star, 

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Baker, Daniel. Poems, 1697, II. 26. 
Baker, George. Book of Distillations, 

1579, H. 22. — Composition of Oleum 

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New Jewell of Health, 1576, 11. 26, 

248. — Trans, of Guydo^s Questions, 

1579, H. 22. 
Baker, George, Bookseller at the White 

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56a 
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Baker, Humphrey. Such as are de- 
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Spring of Sciences, 1562, IV. 6 ; 

1574, II. 26; 1602, I. 24. 
Baker, J., Bookseller at the PeacocJc, St. 

FauTs Church-yard, 1653, L 385 ; 

1660, H. 657; 1665, 1. 164; 1676, 

IIL 97 ; 1677, IV. 84 ; 1679, 1. 467 ; 

1681, IL 554; 1684, IL 15, 287. 
Baker, John, Bookseller, Black Boy, 

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119; i7i2,IIL no; 1715,111.225. 
Baker, Lady. Sir Rich. Baker^s Medi- 

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the Kings of England, 1643, II. 26 ; 

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1674, II. 27. Abridged, 1684, 1. 24. 

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1672. — Cronyke, 1649, ^^« 27. — 

Meditations and Motives fur Prayer, 



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1642, L 24. — Theatrum Bedivivum, 
i662y L 24; 1670^ L 24. — Trans- 
lated Bcdza^s New Epistlee, 1638; 
r. Mahezas Discoune upon Tacitus, 
1642. 

r, Richard, Printer in the Poultry ^ 
1528, H. 16, 538. 

r, Robert Discoarse, I567--8, IL 

»7- 

r, Susan, and others. The Seven 

Women Confessors, 1642, IL 658. 
Thomas. Hampstead Heath, 

1706, IIL 12. 
Bakewell, Thoa., Map-idler^ next tfie 

Norn Taverji^ Fleet Street, [1670], 

IIL 179. 
^*^fif!in, llistoiy oL Joftn Harvye, 

'653- 

l'i Asse, 1649, IL 27. 

l'b Asse cudgeld. R. Chamber- 

laine^ 1661. 

Baluun'a Asse, Open Mouth of, 1642, 
UL 12. 

Balam, Gab. E. Settle's Memoirs of 
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^Vn^ of Power, Animadversions on 
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Ba]emiiq.iial, Dr. Letters: in John 
HcUet^ Grolden Remains, 1659. 

Balden, Rich., Boo/cselter^ 1642, IL 489. 

BildnoM is much better than bushie 
haire. Synesius, i579- 

Baldwin, A, Bookseller in Waricick 
Laney 1698, L 132, IL 365, 596, 705, 
IIL 6, 2, 135 ; 1699, L 360, IL 187, 
190. i72f 553» 695, IIL 7, 169, 195, 
211 ; 1700, L 486, II. 224, 554, IIL 
62, 291; 1701, III. 90, IV. 137; 
1702, L 377, IIL 54, 126, IV. 137. 
158; 1704, L 355, IIL 303, 312, 
IV. 141 ; 1708, II. 5 ; R.d, H. 227, 

^L 354- 
Baldwin, Richard, Booksdler in the Old 

Bailey, 1680, IL 575 ; 1681, IL 203, 

220, 293, 323, 363, 442, 495. 554, 

IIL 188, 201, 238 ; 1682, I. 144, 

IL 150, 344, 346, 554» IIL 312, IV. 

171; 1683,1. 316,11. 185, 297; 1684, 

IIL 205, IL 6; 1685, II. 72, 146; 

1687, II. 217, 385, IIL 189; 1688, 

IL 488, IV. 148; 1689, L 231, IL 

146, III. 37, 158, 173. 1^2, 189, 225, 

30'» 3«4. IV. 148, 157; 1690, H. 

279, n. 234, 497i 600, 643, 647, III- 



4Si 63, 148, 173, IV. 156, 175; 

1691, IL 213, 305, 420, 529, 605, 
667, 683, IlL 205, 210, IV. 115; 

1692, IL 41, 234, 407, 527, 648, 
IIL 41, 126, 243, 297; 1693, II- 
488, 527, IIL 232; 1694, IL 377, 

5o8> 53o» 6441 IIL 87* IV. 139. 
172; 1695, III- 87; 1696, A. 165; 
1697, IL 513, IV. 113; 1698, L 5, 
IL 383, 409, IV. 137; 1699, II. 
190, 564; 1702, IL 606; n.(/., II. 
310, III. 16. 

Baldwin, T., Bookseller, 1681, IL 637. 

Baldwin, William. Treatise of Mural 
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22, IIL 12; 1571, H. 686; 1575, 
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L 24; 1587, H. 23; 1591, H. 686; 
1596,11.686; 1600, H. 686; 1 610, 
H. 23, III. 12; Stansby, [1625], L 
24, H. 23; 1 63 1, H. 686; BisJiop, 

11640], H. 23, 1. 24 ; Wayland, n.d., 
L 22, IL 27. — Beware the Cat, 
1561, H, 23; 1570, H. 23; 1584, 
H. 23 ; 1652, H. 23 ; Answer tu, 
[1561], H. 23. — Canticles or Ballads 
of Solomon, 1547, H. 23. — Dialogue 
between Baldwin and 5 Sailors, 1580, 
H. 23, IL 174. — Free Admonition, 
157 1, IL 23, L 20.— Funerals of 
Edward VL, 1560, H. 23. — Shippe 
of Safegarde, 1569, H. 23. 

Baldwin and 5 Sailors, Dialogue be- 
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Bale, John. Acts of English Votaries, 
1546, 1548, 1560, IL 27. Part 2, 
1 55 1. Tisdale, n.d,, 11. 27. — Brefe 
Chronycle, 1544, I. 24; 1729, IL 
28. — Comedy of Johau I^ptystes 
preachy nge, 1538, H. 23. — Comedy 
of Temptatyon of Our Lord, 1538, II. 
23. — Dialoge or communycacyon be- 
twene two chyldren, 1549, IL 28. — 
Exhortation to avoid false Doctrine, 
L 337. — Exposition or Complaynte 
against the blasphemys of a fanaticke, 
1553, H. 23. — Image of both 
Churches. Day and Seres, n.</. 
Part III. Wyer, n.d,, II. 27 ; 1550, 
IL 671. — lUustrium mnjoris Bri- 
tannia Scriptorum, 1548, IL 28; 
1557, IL 28. — Laboryouse Journey 
and search of John Leyland, I549t 
H. 332.— Resurrection of the Mass, 



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1554, L 214. — Three Laws of 
Nature, 1538, R 23; 1562, H. 23. 
— Tragedy of the chief promyses of 
God, 1538, H. 23 ; 1577, H. 24.— 
Vocacyon of, 1553, 11. 28. — and TF. 
Tyndcde, Practice of Prelates, II. 
242. — Edited Q. Margaret of Na- 
varre^s Godly Meditation, 1548, IV. 
64. — TraTislated True history of the 
Christian departing of Martin Luther, 
1546, IV. 61. 

Bale, John, Printer, 1549, H. 332. 

Bales, P. Writing Schoolemaster, 1590, 
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Compound of Alchemy, 1591. 

Bales, Thoa, True recited touching the 
cause of the death of, 1590, H. 182. 

Baley, Thos., Bookseller, 1642, III. 282. 

Balfbor, Sir Jas. History of the Picts, 
1706, L 25. 

Balfonr, Sir Wm. Prince Rupert's 
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525. — Glorious Victory obtained by 
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95- 
Balfonriani Auctarium Mus^si. Sir R, 

Sibbald, 1697. — Memoria. Sir Rob. 

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Baliste, Charlotte, Philip Mornay, his 

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Ballad, the English. M. Prior, 1695. 
Ballad, A, [i668l IL 35.— A, Third 

Part, [1670], IL 35. — A new, or I 

heard one say e, 1574, L 25. — against 

all such as vainelie doo saye, 1578, 

IL 32. — betwene a rich farmer and 

his daughter, 1557-8, IL 29. — for 

my solas, 1557-8, IL 29.— of an old 



man and his wife. 



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of one who myslyking his lybertie, 
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Ballads and Madrigals. Tlios, Weelhitt, 

1598. — Cheerful Ayres and. John 

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Morley, 1595. — ^Two Proper new, 

IL 28. 
Ballads, Titles of, IL 28-35. 
Ballard, George. History of Susanna^ 

1638, H 24. 
Ballard, Henry, Printer, within Temple 

Bar, at the Bear, 1597, IL 57, 340 ; 

1608, H. 143, 156, 471, IL 217. 
Ballard, John, Contributor to Robert 

Dove?s Annalia Dubrensia, 1636. 
BaUard, Richard, Bookseller a/ Saint 

Magnus Comer, 1579, H. 404; 

1581, H. 423; 1585, H. 423. 
BaUard, Robert Exhortation ... to 

play the Lute, 1567, IL 35. 
Ballard, Samuel, Bookseller at tlie Blue 

Ball in Little Britain, 1706, H. 683 ; 

1733. n. 58. 

Ballard and Babington, Invective 
against hay nous treasons of. Wtn. 
Kempe, 1587. 

Balliofergus. Hen, Savage, 1668. 

Ballot, Benefit of the, IIL 278. 

Ballymore Fort, Account of the taking 
of, 1691, IIL 120. 

Balm of Gilead prepared for the Sick. 
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Balmanes, Hen. Confession of Faith, 
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Balmford, Jamea Dialogue concern- 
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Short Catechism, 1607, L 25. — Car- 
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Balmford, Wm. Seaman's Spiritual 
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Balsam, Discourse of the vertue and 
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Balsame, Minister at Berwick. Letter 
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Balthorp, N. New Ballad, H. 24. 

Baltimore, Chas. Calvert, Lord, Cose 
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III. loi ; 1638, IIL 101 ; 1658, IL 
161. — New Epistles, 1638, H. 24, 
II. 161, TTT. loi. — Modem Epistles, 
1639, H. 24, IIL xoi. — ^The Prince, 
1648, IL 161. — and P. Du Mottling 
Witty encoonter between, 1636, IIL 
69. 

BambnzgensiBy Nicolaus, Prinier, 1538, 
II. 23. 

Bamforde, Henry, Printer^ 1577, III. 

255- 
Bamyflield, Mr., Letter of General 

Monck's, sent by, 1660, IL 400. 

BanWadyi Dyany, 1550, IV. 84. 

Banboxy, Bennet, Booksdler^ 1700, IL 
679. 

Baabiii7, Countess of, Case of the true, 
1696, L 26. 

BaabniT, Lady. Wm. Ropev's Mirror 
of Vertne, 1626, ded, to, 

Baaboxy, Good News from, 1642, IIL 
182. — ^Proceedings at, [1642], IIL 
182. 

Bancks. See BankB, 

Ba&cn»ft» Archbp. K., Petition to ex- 
amine tbe religion and cariage of. 
Hugh Brougkton^ 1608. — Coweirslur 
terpreter, 1607. C. Lewis's Heaven 
and EarUi, 1608, ded. to. 

Ba&eroft) Thos. Epigrams and Epi- 
taphs, 1639, H. 24. — Epitaph on 
Geoige Blagrave, 165-, H. 24. — 
Glutton's Feaver, 1633, H. 24. — 
Heroic Lover, 1658, H 24. 

Baaddlo, Matteo. Lamentable and 
Tragical History, 1576, H. 24. — 
Bomens and Juliet, 1562, 1587, H. 

BaBfor, Peter Lagg, or Three Tales of 

an old woman of, 1718, IV. 6. 
Banians, Discovery of the Sect of the. 

Henry hord^ 1630. 
Banister, Sir Edward. Alex. Ros^s 

Mjstagogas, 164^^ ded. to. 
Banister, JefTery, Schoolmaster. Thus, 

Duffetfs Beauties Triumph, 1676, 

nL69. 
Banister, John. History of Man, 1578, 

Banister, John, and Th. Low. New 
Ayres and Dialogues, 1678, IL 36. 

BaaiBter, who betrayed the Duke of 
Buckingham, Song . . » miserable 
end of, [1630], H. 66. 



Bank, Proposals ... or a large model 
of a. M. Zr., 1678, IV. 150. — Re- 
marks on the Proceedings of the 
Committee for establishing a Land, 
1696, IIL 12. — Reply in Defence of 
the Bank, 1696, III. 12. 

Bank of England, Some considerations 
offered against the continuance of, 
w.d., IV. 120. 

Bankers and their creditors, Case of. 
Thos. Turner^ 1675. 

Bankrupts, A new order of, 1582, 11 

36. 
Bankrupts of these times. Practise of. 

Dan. Sauteni»f r64o. 

Banks, Discourse concerning, 1697, IV. 
1 20. — England's Interest, or the great 
benefit to trade by, 1682, 11. 671, 
IV. 119. — Erection of, Fr. Cradoch's 
Expedience, &e., 1660. 

Banks, A., Bookseller, 1681, II. 134; 
1682, IIL 205; 1684, IIL 28, IL 
15; 1694, IL 550. 

Banks, Alexander, Bookseller^ 1680, 
IL 544; 1681, II. 401 j 1682, IL 
363, IV. 106; 

Banks, Allen, Bookseller, next door to 
the Three Squirrdls, Fleet St. With 
C. Harper, 1668, L 166, IL 615, 
III. 253. Alone, a/ the sign of Si^ 
Feter, 1672, IL 606; 1673, 1- ^79* 
355; 1674, IL 552; 1679, I- 337; 
1681, IL 21, 462,363, 293; 1682, 
IL 117, 599, IIL 40, L 311. 

Banks, Sir John. Rob. PotveWs De« 
population, 1636, ded. to. 

Bainks, John. Cyrus the Great, 1696, 
IL 36. — Destruction of Troy, 1679, 
IL 36. — Innocent Usurper, 1694,1!. 
36. — Island Queens, 1684, 11. 36. — 
Rival Kings, 1677, IL 36. — Un- 
happy Favourite, 1693, JJL 36. — 
Vertue Betray 'd, 1692, IL 36. — 
John Bastwicks Answer to, 1637. 

Bai^s, John. Mariseal Petow^e hon- 
ourable president lor Great Men, 
r6^0i 

Banks, John. Translated Rivius* 



Foolishness of Men, [i55_ij. 
mks, Ralph, g^ "^ 

ded. to, n. 653. 



Banks, Ralph. Sportive 



Wit, I 



656, 



Banks, Richard, Woeful Lamentation 

of, 1594, IL 357. 
BankSi Richard, Printer, 1523, H. 

n 



BAKK8 



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BARCLAY 



484; iS2S» ^ 701; 1526, H. 265, 
I 426, 434, 487; 1527, L 474; 
1535, H. 613; 15391 II- 205» H. 
186, L 496, IL S9* ; i54o» II- 692, 
H. 565, L 48*1 H- 583; 1542, H. 
232, 626; 1543, H. 170; 1646, H. 
120; nd,, XL 204, IIL 42, L 343. 
Banks, Thoa., BooJMler, 1641, on 
BrideweU SMrs^ Blackfriars, H. 
344, 638, IL 94, 302, 709; 1642, 
H. 418, 442, 600, 601, 1. 123, 272, 
IL 428, 480, 712, IIL 282, 289, 

- 309; i^43» II- 306; 1647, I. 241. 

Baiikeg, Thos., Notes by, IV. 35. 

Bankes Bay Hoiee in a Trance, 1595, 
H. 25. 

Bankworth, Richard, Bookseller, 
SuHj FauTs Churchyard, 1594, H. 
451; 1605, H. 189, 643. 

Banksm, Agnes, Cause of Death of : a 
True Recital, &g., 1590, H. 182. — 
Ballad of, 1590, IL 569. 

Baniinet for C^ntlemen and Ladies, 
1718, 1. 26; 6th Edit, 91.(1, 1. 26. 

Banquet of Dainties, 1566, H. 25. — 
— of Dainty Conceits. A. Munday, 
1 588. — of Sapience. Sir Tkos. Elyat, 
1564. — of Sense. Ovid, 1595. 

Banquet^ Philosopher's. By W. B., 
1609. 

Bansley, C. Pride and Abuse of 
Women, fjSS^L H* 25, I. 26. 

Baptism, Differences in judgment 
about John Bunyan, 1673. — Dis- 
course about Hkos, Moore, 1649. — 
Right Institution of. Archbishop 
Herman, 1548. — Treatise of the 
Cross in. Henry Jacob, 1604. — 
Sacra Institutio Baptizandi, 1604, U. 
300. 

Baptizamm pueromm institutio. H, 
Grotivs, 1658. 

Baptist, Joan, et Dom. Guerreus, Prin- 
ters, Venice, 1558, IV, 34. 

Baptistes, sive Calvmnia. Tragoedia, a 
Geo, Bitchanano, 1578. 

Barba, A A Art of Metals, 1669, 
in. 12. 

Barbadoes, Groans from the Planta- 
tions, 1689, III. 197. — History of. 
IL Ligon, 1657. — Short Account of 
the manifest hand of God, &c., 
1696, IIL 12. — Hen, Pitmaris Suffer- 
ings and Adventures, 1689. 



Barbara, St Life, [15 18], IV. 6. 

Barbarie, De Triumphata. if. Lee, 
1621. 

Barbarus, F. Directions for Love and 
Marriage, 1677, II. 36. 

Barbaxy, Brief Rehersall of the Bloody 
Battle fought, 1578-9, IL 36. — 
Dolorous Discourse of a most ter* 
rible battle in, 1578, H. 32. UL 12. 
— Famous City turned into Stone. 
Laurence Price, 1657. — Fierce and 
cruel battle fought by three kings in, 
1607, H. 25. — Late News out of. 
B, S., 1613. — New Prophetical King 
of, 1613, L 26. — I(ew8 out of, 161 3, 
H. 25, H. 417. — ^Remonstrance of 
Injuries by the Dey of Tunis in. S. 
Boothhouse, 1653. — ^Thre^ Miseries 
of. Geo. Wilkins, 1603. 

Barber, Edward. Answer to the Essex 
Watchman's Watchword, [1649], IIL 

36. 

Barbor, J., Printer, 1703, IL 277. 

Barber, Jos., Bookseller, the Lamb, St. 
Paul*s Churchyard, 1638, IIL 312; 
1653, L 201.. 

Barber, Mary. The Witches of North- 
amptonshire, 161 2, IL 427, H. 423. 

Barberini, Sigra., Comic Tunes, &c, 
performed by, IL 606. 

Barbette, Paul, Practice of, 1675, IIL 

13- 
Barbier, Jean. Janua Linguarum 

Quadrilinguis, 161 7, I. 26. 
Barbier, John, Printer, 1498, with 

Julian Notary, liiL 161, IV. 69; 

alone, 1511, ILL 242. 
Barbin, Claude, Pnnter, of Paris, 

1674, IIL 156; 1677, II. 203; 

1682, IV. 28; 1685, IL 118; 1695, 

IV. 102, 133. 
Barbour, John. Life of Bruce, [1570], 

IL 671, H. 25 ; 1616, H. 25 ; 1620, 

L 26, H. 25; i47o> H. 25; 1672, 

H. 25. 
Barcelona, Journal of the famous Siege 

of, 1698, IL 572. 
Bardiby, John. Regule informationis, 

1506, H. 23s, IL 671. 
Barclay, Alex. Figure of our mother 

holy church oppressed, H. 25. — 

Introd. to wryte and pronounce 

French, 152 1, H. 25. — Translated A 

Lytell Chrouyde, [1500], U. 260, 1. 



BABOLAT 



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BARKER 



205. 5. Brandt's Ship of Foola, 
150S. P, Gringoire*8 Castell of 
labourer 1 5o<x 2>. Maftcinus^ Mirror 
of Good Manners, n.d, SaUust, 
Catiline, 1557. Jugurtlia, n.d. A. 
Sylcitu, Fifth Eclog. 
Bardaj, John. Aigenis, 161 5, H. 25; 
1621, IIL 13; 1625, L 27; 1629, 

L 475; 1^3^ III- '3> i63^» H. 25. 

— ^Mmor of Minds, 1631, H. 26; 

1633, I. 27 ; 1638, II. 37.— Elegia 

in obitum Jo. BardoiL R. Thorius, 

n.d,, EL 607. 
Barclay, John. Description of the 

Roman Catholic Church, 1679, ^ 

671. 
Bardaj, Patrick. Wm. Barclay's 

Nepenthes, 161 4, deoL to. 
BaicUy, Sir Richard. Felicity of 

Man, 1598, L 26; 1603, 1631, IL 

36- 
Barday, Robert Apology, 1678, IL 

37- 
Barday, Sir Wm. See Berkley, 

Bazday, Wm. De Potestate Papse, 

1609, n. 672. 

Bazday, Wm. Callirhoe, 1615, IL 
672 ; 1670, II. 672. — Nepenthes, 
1614, H. 26, 1. 27, IL 671. 

Bard, Maximillian, and others. Ordin- 
ance of the Commons, in Vindication 

of, 1643, rv. 77. 

Bardi, Girolamo, and L. Dolco. P. 

Menace Roman Emperors, 1604. 
BaTdia, John, Bookseller at Edinburgh^ 

1622, n. 676. 

BazdMmes, Praise-God, Petition 0^ 

1659, IIL 188. 
Barefoote, John, of Sunning, Wilts. 

Disoourse, 1622, IL 651. 
Barenger, W., and B. Sutton, Book- 

seUersi, 1609, H. 505. 
Baret, J. Alrearie, or Triple Dic< 

tionarie, 1573, IL 37. Quadruple, 

1580^ L 27.. 
Bazskhai, R Brief compendium of 

the Yain hopes of the Jews' Messias, 

1652, IL 37. 
Bazkdy, Judge, His Penitentiall Com- 
plaint^ 1641, IL 672, 94. 
BarlEor, Benjamin, Bookseller, 1702, 

HL 20a 
BadEor, Bestnej. Peter Ramus, Latin 

Grammar, 1632, ded. to. 



Barker, Christopher, Printer, Petition 

for the sale of his Bible, [15 78], H. 26 ; 

Printed, [1559], IL 17 ; 1569, 11. 68; 

1572, IL 705; 1575, H. 222, 617; 

1576, Tigers Head, PauTs CfJiureh- 

yard, IIL 288; 1577, H. 460, 461, 

L 172, IIL 31; 1578, H. 503, IL 

193; i579> II- 679; 1580, L 340, 

IL 493; '5^^ II- 424; iS^^j »» 
Bacon House, H. 426, II. 48, IIL 

73; 1583, L 65, IL 193; 1585, L 

«53> 340> II- i96> 329* 428, IIL 
202, 281; 1586, L 141, II. 193, 
492; 1587, I. 281, IL 492; 1588, 
Deputies of C, B,, IL 492, 503, IV. 
10; 1589, L 340, IL 194; 1590, II. 
492, 494; 1591, IL 200; 1592, IL 
477, IIL 197; 1593, IL 477. 588, 
IV. 100; 1594, IL 185, 492, III. 
43i 20' ; i59S» H. 461, IL 185; 
iS97» I- 309* II- i96> III- 281 ; 
1598, H. 27, IL 38, 713; 1599, H. 

574f I- 399 i «-^> I- 142, IL 326, 
492. Compare C, B. 

Barker, Christopher, and John Bill, 
Printers, 1660, IIL 39, II. 107, 
109; 1661, IL no, in. 123; 1666, 
IIL 199; 1668, in. 216. 

Barker, Henry. Translated The Polite 
Gentleman, 1700^ L 182. 

Barker, Mrs. Jane. Poetical Recrea* 
tions, 1688, L 47 c. 

Barker, J. Of Consultation, [1617*18], 
L 27. 

Barker, John. Ballad declarjng how 
neighbourhed love, &c., H. 26. — 
Destruction of Jerusalem, H. 26, L 
27. — Pkgues of Northumberland, H. 
26. 

Barker, Thos., Nassau, 1698, IL 
672. 

Barker, Robert, Printer, 1596, II. 
200 j 1597, rV. 7; 1600, II. 196, 
494; 1601, IV. 100; 1603, H. 461, 
L 233, IL 494, 492 ; 1604, IL 477, 
492, IIL 47; 1605, IL 308, 494; 
1606, IL 308-9, 494, IIL 33, 92, 
124; 1607, I. 6, It. 309, IIL 119, 
A. 165; 1608, U. 309, IIL 119, 
124, IV. 2; 1609, IL II, 23, 307, 
IIL 4, 124; 1610, I. 373, IL II, 
492, IJI. 201, IV. 53; 161 1, IIL 
13, 201; 1612, III. 124; 1613, I. 
234, II. 273, IIL 201 j 1616, IL 



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BABLOW 



306, III. 124, IV. 147 ; 1620, and 
John BiU, II. 534, III. 219; 1624^ 
H. 45 ; 1630, H. 86, II. 92, 580, 
IIL 35, IV. 3; 1631, I. 273, III. 
144 ; 1633, H. 86, II. 86, 92, 528 ; 
alone, 11. 92, 215, 533, 565,. 599, 
III. 163; 1634, II. 565; 1635, IL 

. 130* 316, 652; 1637, H. 687, IL 
93» 379i 422, 485, 652 ; 1638, II. 
93, 538, A. 269; 1639, IL 538; 
1640, IL 93, 124, 215, 326, 485, 
539> 557, A. 166; 1641, L 79, IL 
94-5. 30it 358» 444, 446 j 1642, IL 
94-8, 303, 332, 445-S, 539. 666, IIL 
185,1V. 57; 1646, II. loi; 1660, 
IL 125. — ^Verses, H. 26. Printer 
at York, 1642, IL 96, 98, 666 ; at 
Shrewsbury, 1642, II. 99, 

Barker, Thos. Art of Angling, 1651, 
1657, H. 26, 1656, 1659, IL 37, A. 
164, 1653, H, 26, A. 164. — ^The 
Bloodio Banquet, by T. D,, 1630, H. 
136. 

Barker, W. Trans. J. B, Gdlo'B Fear- 
ful Fansie, 1568. 

Barkham, Edward, Lord Mayor of Lonr 
don. The Sunne in Aries. ITiomas 
Middleton, 1621, H. 394. 

Barkadale, Clement. Characters, 1662, 
IL 672. — ^Epigrammata Sacra, 1682, 
H. 26. — lives of Eminent Men, 1677, 
II. 37. — Lusus Amatorius, 1694, H. 
26. — Memorials of Alderman Whit- 
more and others, 1681, IL 37. — 
Memorials of Worthy Persons, i66t, 
1662, 1663, I. 27. — Nympha Libe- 
ihris, 165 1, H. 26. — Eemembrancer 
of Excellent Men, 1670, I. 27. — ^Th. 
£ez88 Epitaphia, 1680, H. 26. — Qy. 
Editor of W, Huiford's Institutions, 
1658. — Trans, Cyprian's Of Disci- 
pline, 1675. Orotius* Government 
and Kites of the Ancient Church, 
1675; Against Paganism, 1696; 
Defence of Christian Religion, 1678. 
The Learned Maid of A. Maria a 
Schurman, 1659. 

Barksdale, John, Bookbinder, 1676, 
IL 259; 1678, IL 260; 1681, IL 

37. 
Barkstead, John. Invisible John made 

visible, 1659, IL 37. 
Barkstead, Wm. Hiren, or the Fair 

Greek, 161 1, H. 26. — Mirrha, the 



Mother of Adonis, 1607, H. 26. — 
Prologue to a play, H. 26. 

Barkstead, Col, and othera Petition 
from several Regiments of the Army, 
1648, IV. 4. 

Barlardoa, Adrianus. Joci veteres et 
recentes, 1529, I. 207. 

Barley, Wm., Bookseller and Printer, 
Newgate Market,[i ^go], H. 326, 646 ; 
1591, H. 229, III. 97 ; 1592, H. 20, 
256 ; in Gratious Street, over against 
Leaden Hall, JL 511, 538, I. 103; 
i593» H. 410, 413, 451, 467, 645, 
L 20 ; 1594, H. 341, 461 ; 1595, H. 
261, 249, 253, 305, 462, 511, 659, 
676, IL 311, 700; and in Netogate 
Market, H. 458 ; 1596, H. 80, 305, 
410-11, IL 88, 469, IV. 81 ; 1598, 
H. 56, 121,341, IIL 75, 174; 1599, 
H. 192, IL 8, 36, 286, 406 ; 1602, 
H. 689; 1606, H. 6, 189, IV. 24 ; 
1607, H. 149, 206, 208, III. II, IV. 
39 3 1608, H. 474, 647-8, 683 ; 1609, 
H. 306, 498, IL 326, IV. 55, 81 ; 
1610, H. 210, 343, L 53, 87, 484, 
III. 27 ; 161 2, H. 123, 228, IL 2769 
470, 538 ; 1613, H. 183, 459, L 172, 
IIL 306 ; 1614, H. 334, L 453 ; n.d., 
H. 163, 507, IL 38, IIL 301. 

Barley, Wm. Trans. Delightful His- 
tory of Celestina the fair, 1596, H. 80. 

Barleybreake, by W. N., 1607. 

Barleycorn, Sir John. A Pleasant new 
Ballad to sing, &c. [1620], H. 27, 
[1640], H. 27. — ^Triall of, 1709, H. 
27. — ^Arraignment and indicting of, 
Th. Robins, 1675.— The Little Barley 
Com, 1810, H. 27. 

Barlow, Francis. Book containing such 
Beasts as are useful in Graveing, 
1664], II. 38. — Diversae Avium 
^>pecies, &c., 1658, IL 37; 1673, IL 
38. — Hunting, Hawking, and Shoot- 
ing, 1672, II. 38.— Sculptures in 
iEsop's Fables, 1666, H. 4. — Various 
Birds and Beasts drawn from life, 

IL z^' 
[Barlow,] Jerome. Wm, Roy's Little 

Treatise, &c., 1527-8, IL 366. 
Barlow, Bp. Thos. Observations on 

the Bull of Pope Pius V. : in J. 

Hotman's Brutum Fulmen, 1681. — 

A Prefatory Discourse, &c., 168 1, 

ded, to, rV. 162. 



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BABNE8 



Barlow, Thos. T. BisJuim's Iter Aus- 

trale^ 1638, ded, to. 
Barlow, Timothy, Bookseller^ Bull-head, 

Paules Churchyard^ [161 7], H. 262 ; 

i6j8, IV. 120. 
Barlow, Bp. Wm. Dialogue . . • 

Luihran factions, 1553, IL 38. 
Barlow, Wm. Psalms and Hymns, 

1613. IV. 7.— Vita et Obitus. Rich. 

Cottn^ 1598, H. 37, II. 38. — Sermon 

at Paul's Cross, 1601, IlL 13. 
Barlow, W. Magnctical Adve^ise- 

ments, 161 8, IV. 120. Animadvei^ 

sions npon, by Mark Ridley^ 161 7. — 

The Navigator's Supply, 1597, IV. 6. 
BamaTran and Boanerges. F. Quarles^ 

1644. 

Barnabon Journal R. Braihicaite^ 
1638.— Will, 1639, IL 38 

Banuilij, Drunken. Four Journeys to 
the North. R. BrathwaUe, 1716. 

Barnard, John. Selected Church Music, 
1641, H. 27. 

Baznard, John. Theologo-Historicus, 
1683, ILL 278. 

Barnard, Lord, and the Little Musgrave, 
Ballad of, 1658, H. 4x0. 

Barnard, Nicholas. Penitent Death of 
a Woeful Sinner, 164 1, IL 38. 

Barnard, Wm., Draper, Vandemoodfa 
Goyernanoe, &c., 1569, printed for. 

Baznard, Dr., Case of John AtherUm, 
against the relation of, 17 10, IL 19. 

Barnarde, S., Contributor to the Para- 
dyce of Daynty Devises, 1576. 

Bamardino of Edcalenta. Navigation, 
1579, L 28. 

Bamardiston, Sir Nathaniel, Suffolk's 
Tears ; or Elegies on, 1658, H. 27. 
— Life, in Samuel Clarke's Lives of 
Sundry Eminent Persons, 1683. 

Bamardlaton, Sir Sam., Trial and Con- 
Tiction of, 1684, L 2S.— John Tur- 
ner's History of the Whiggish Plot, 
1684. 

Bame, Sir Geo., Stow^s Summary of 
the Chronicles of England, 1587, 
ded, to. 

Bame, John, Ptimaudaye's Fi*ench 
Academy, 1586, ded. to. 

Baraei, Bamabe. Poetical and Dra- 
matic Works, 1593, H. 27. — Battle 
of Hexham, H. 27. — Divine Centurie 
o/Spirituall Sonnets, 1595, H. 27.— 



Four Books of Offices, 1606, H. 27, 
III. 13. — Parthenophil and Parthe- 
nope, I. 28. — ^The Devil's Charter, 
1607, H. 27, III. 13. — ^Verses in J. 
Flario's World of Words, 1598.— 
Address in Gabriel ffarvej/s Pierce's 
Supererogation, 1593. 

Bamea, Elizabeth. Hen. Goodcole's 
Nature's Cruell Step-Dames, 1637. 

Barnes, Francis. Privileges of the 
Britannick Church : in /. Basire's 
Ancient Liberty, &c., 166 1. 

Barnes, John, Bookseller, 1602, L 29, 
IIL 43; 1603, L 37; 1605, H. 31, 
144; 1612, I. 425; 1613, H. 218, 
325, L 172; 1616, II. 418, H. 226, 
L 307. 

Barnes, John, Bookseller at the Croum^ 
Fall Mall, 1697, IL 649. 

Barnes, Joseph, Frinier at Oxford, 
1585, L 253, IIL 189; 1586, H. 
77. 690; 1587, H. 558, L 427; 

1588, H. 77, 606, IL 85, IV. 181 ; 

1589, IL 194, 398, H. 570; 1590, 
IL 25 ; 1591, 11. 590 ; 1592, H. 56, 
182, 218, 258, L 87, 141, 176, 269; 
1593, H. 478, IV. 97 ; 1594, L 31 ; 
1595, H. 400; 1596, H. 200, 622, 
IL 85 ; 1597, IL 85 ; 1599, H. 68 ; 
1600, IV. 16; 1601, H. 200; 1603, 
H. 296, III. 73, 182; 1604, H. 285, 
607, IIL 201 ; 1605, H. 144, L 
235, IIL 124; 1606, L 192; 1607, 

I. 89, 442, IL 141 ; 1608, H. 297, 
IL 264, 610, 644, IV. 158; 1609, 
H. 260, L 60, 206, 296; 161 1, H. 
502, IIL 124; 1612, L 208, 425, 
IL 276, 314, 530, IIL 44; 1613, 
H. 31, 43, 183, 218, 680, L 142, 
172, IL 82, 495, IV. 160; 1614, 
IL 252, 495 ; 1616, L 327-8, 307, 
IL 567, IV. 43 ; 161 7, IL 186, IV. 
148 ; n.d., IL 356. 

Barnes, Juliana. See Bemers. 
Barnes, Joshua. Gerania, 1675, II. 
38.— History of Edward IIL, 1688, 

II. 38. — Verses in Thos. ffeyric^s 
Miscellany Poems, 1691. — ^The Tablet 
of Ceres, 1699, II. 88, ded. to. 

Barnes, Richard, Bookseller, 1632, H. 

232. 
Barnes, Robert. Supplication unto 

Henry VIIL, 1534, HL 13, IV. 7. 

— Meeting of Doctors Bumes and 



BABNES 



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Powell at Paradise gateiTiSSo], IL 

38. — John Standiih's Little treatise 

against the protestation of, 1540, L 

402. 
Barnea, Boger, Bookseller, 16 to, III. 

131; 161 1, H. 26; 1612, H. 374; 

1613, H, 5865 1615, H. 194, 576, 

L 404. 
BamMt Cavalier Wm., Relation of the 

seizing of the House of, 1642, IIL 

297, II- 327- 
Bam68tapdlitiB,0bertus. Maria Stoarta, 

1588, II. 39* 
Baxnet) Hen. Thos. Princess Silken 

Independent's Snare broken, 1649. 
Bamet) True relation of an attempt to 

fire the town of, 1679, III. 109, — 

Married Man's Feast, or the Banquet 

of, 167 1. H. 391. 
Bamet) H. Charity of Church-men, 

1649, IIL 13. — Crafts»men*8 Craft, 

1649, III- ^3* 

Bamevelt, John of, Arraignment of, 
1619, IL 418, IIL 171. — Bamevelt 
displayed, 1619, IL 710. — Bame- 
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13' 



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the. J, Selden, 1642. 
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1547, L 103. 
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t6i2, H. 136. 
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IL 24. 
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i6io,L 99, 146, 170]^ 1613,11. 401, 

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534, H. 569 ; 1617, III 85, L 170 ; 

1620, III. 263, R 569 J i6zii. XL 



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329; 1622,1124,700,138; 1623, 
IIL 35, H. 85, I. 77; 1624, IIL 
128, 141, IL 266, 283 ; 1627, H. 
262. 

Bamy, Lodowick, Bam Alley, 161 1, 
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Baniil^ Wm. Man his Triumph, 1639, 
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'635, IL 39 ; 1639, IV. 7 ; 1643, L 
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Bancingar, Wm., BookseUer^ 1618, H. 

334- 
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&nn's Present State of Persia, 1695, 

ded. i<K 

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Baxiiiigtoii, Sir Thomas. Instructions 
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1590, 1S96, ni. 14 ; 1602, II. 672 ; 

1617, IV. 7 ; 1624, IIL 14. 
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thalamia Cantabrigiensia, 1662, H. 

90. 

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Bartholomew, Saint^ Order of the Hos- 
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Kawsfrom. Bichard Westy 1606. — 
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30. — Proclamation prohibiting, 1665, 
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394; 1631,111. 191 ; 1640,1V. loi ; 

1641, IL 214, 444,505; 1642, IL 

X 1, 98, 345, IIL 286 ; 1646, IL 486 ; 

1656, H. 256; 1657, H. 256, IL 

422 ; 1660, IIL 106. 
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Uam Barton's Hymns and Songs, 

1688. 



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Barton, Humphry, Bookseller^ Tiverton^ 
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Barton, Wm. Arithmetique abieviated, 
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Barton, Wm. Two Centuries of Select 
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Psalms of David, 1 706, IIL 56. 

Barton, Wm., Gent. Trans, Campagna 
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Bartram, John. Murder of Sir John 
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Barwick, Humphrey. Discourse of . • . 
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3a8, Wm. Sword and Buckler, 1602, 
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Baa, Wm., GenL Great Biitaines 
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Basenesa, Anatomy of. John Andrew^ 
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Baaensihaw, M. Tlie great danger of 
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BaahfuU Batchelor, (The, H. 376. 

BaahfoU Lover. Philip Mamnger. 

Basia. Sir Boh, Ayton, 1605. 

Baail, Father. The Converted Capu- 
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BasU, Wm. Two Letters, 1649, IV. 



120. 



Basil, [Basle], printed, 151B, III. 104 ; 
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392- 
Baail, [Basle], Printers, Jo. Bedel ius, 

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— Emlos, n,d. — Jolin Froben, 15 18- 

20. — N. Isnigrinius, 1555. — Conrad 

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Basille, Theodore. Pleasaunt newe 



Nosegay e, 1542, I. 29. — ^A Potacio 
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Basilikon Doron. James /., 1599. 

BasilioB I. The fifty-sixe Admoni- 
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Baskervile, Lawrence, Bookseller, Red 
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Basle, Sir Edward. Ovid^s Heroical 
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Basaa, Serasquier, Battle between the 
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Baasandyne,Jas. Paraphrase de T Astro- 
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Baasandyne, Thos., Printer at Edin- 
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BaflBanI, Signior. Harmonia Festiva, 
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Basae, Bob., Bookseller, under fill, 
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Basse, Thos. Mentioned in Wit's never 
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Basse, W. Help to Discourse, 16 19, 
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Basset, Lady Anne, Mrs. Jane, and 
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Basset, Capt., Relation of certain pas- 
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Basset, J., Bookseller, 1693, H. 529. 

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4a — TnmdcUor of Lives of the 
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BaMat» Thomas, Booksdler in SL Duvr- 
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L 240, 326; 1660, IIL 235; 1661, 
I. 81, n. 623, IIL 293; 1662, L 
106 ; 1665, III. 262 ; 1670, IL 572, 

6S3t 702. 713; 1671, L 494; 1674, 
IL 470, 679, L 232; 1675, L 94, 
IL 88, 317, IIL in ; 1676, IL 274, 
573 ; 1677, L 94, 446, IL 163, 483 ; 
1678, H. 319, II. 22, 353, 632; 
1680, IL 600; 1681, IL 134, 220, 
248; 1682, IL 260, IV. 68; 1683, 
IL 167, IIL 2, IV. 30; 1684, L 
390, IIL 8 ; 1685-6, L 492, IV. 82 ; 
1686, IL 65, 529, IV. 162; 1687, 
L 350, IL 260; 1688, III. 160; 
1689, 1. 103, 183, IL 312, IV. 21 ; 
1690, II. 355, rV. 160; 1691, III. 
178; 1693, II. 130, 401; n.{^., H. 
368, IL 300, H. 278. — Catalogue of 
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Bauei, Sir Wul Edw, Philips' Trac- 
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BMMtt» The Disorders of, 1688, IV. 
12a 

Baiiwiano Maria Regina di Scotia: 
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BmsIii, Jean, Printer, Paris, 1628, L 
78. 

B«Mon, Thos., Printer, Leyden, 1601, 
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Bmru. XX. Songs, &c, 1430, H. 

567- 
BMtard, Thoa. Chrestoleros, 1598, H. 

31, I. 29. — Seren. pot monarch. 

Jaeobo, 1605, H. 31. — Verses in 

Oldcombian Banquet, 161 1, H. 31. 

G. Gtueoiffn^s Poesies, 1575. 
Bastard, The. Cosmo Manuche, 1652. 
Bastard, The Great^ 1689, IL 234. 
Bastardy, The trial of. Wm. Clarke, 

1594- 
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the. E, Chrimeston, 1558. 
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Speeches in Star Chamber at the 



Censure of Bastwiek and others, 
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BataTia, Antiquity of the Common- 
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Virgin of, 1615, IIL 417. 

Batchelors' Banquet. 2\ Decker, 1603. 
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Batchilor, John. The Virgin's Pattern, 
1661, L 30. 

Bate, Humphrey, Bookseller, 1586, H. 
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Bate, John. Mysteries of Nature and 
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Bate, John. ]?ortraituro of Hypocrisie, 
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Batexnan, Sir Anthony, Lord Mayor of 
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Bateman, Dr. John, Hydro-Sideron, by 
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Bateman, Lady Martha, Verses on, in 
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Bateman, Stephen, Bookseller, 1686, 
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Bateman, Thos., Bookseller, 1659, IL 
388. 

Batemaa's Tragedy, [1700], I. 30. 

Bates. C, Bookseller, Sun and Bible, 
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[1680], L 232, 359; 1703, L 427; 
1714, L 436; n,d,, H. 22, 142, 157, 
179, 207, 208, 247, 279, 312, 352, 
354, 376, 509» 522, 676, L 163,467, 
IL 262, IV. 40, 41. 

Bates, George. Elenchi Motuum Nu- 
perorum in Anglia, X663, IL 41 ; 
1685, IIL 15. 

Bates, S[arah], Bookseller ai Sun and 
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624, I. 178, 288. 

Bates, Thoa, Bookseller, [1640], IL 
170; in Gld Bailey, 1641, H. 45, 
463, 600, 638, 639, L 104, IL 55, 



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3oi» 445» 5oi» IIL 64, IV. 164; 
1642, H. 268, 418, 601, 696, L 123, 
i45> 352. 45 ii n. 303, 326, 480, 
665, III. 295, IV. 42; 1643, H. 
630 ; 1644, IL 81, IIL 79 ; 1646, 
H- 345» 4S9» I- 370; 1647, H. 478, 

I- 339- 
Bateson, Thos. First Set of English 

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Second Set of English Madrigales, 

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Bateson, T., Translated J. Schroder's 
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Bath, John Granville, Earl of. Hdw, 
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Bath, Wm., Earl of, /. Amnen's Sacred 
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Bath, iEsop at, 1698, III. 2. 

Bath Memoirs. Rob. Pierce^ 1698. 

Bath, Discourse of. Tho9. Guidott, 
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Bath, Wife of, [1600], I. 30. 

Bath Bookseller. H. Hammond, 1 7 1 9. 

Bath Waters in Somersetshire, &c. 
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Bath, Manner of creating the Knights 
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True Relation of the Ceremonies at 
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Bathe, William. Introduction to the 
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Baths and Mineral Waters. Edtoard 
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Bathurat, Dr. Life, by Warton, H. 31. 

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Batley, M., of Petworth, Deh'ghtful 
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Batrachomiomachia. Homer. Trans. 
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Batson, Henry, and others, Answer of 
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Batt, Antony. Trans. A Hive of Sacrod 
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Batt, M., Bookseller, 1642, IV. 19. 

Batt upon Batt B. Kempster, 1680. 

Battel, Ralph. Lawfulnes and Ex- 
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Battel/, Nicholas, Editor of W. 
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Battersby, John, Printed by the as- 
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334. 
Battersby, R, Printer, 1672, IIL 115. 

Battersby, Wm., Bookseller, 1675, II. 
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Battista del Grillandari, G. Repudio 
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Battle at Kynton and Edghill, 1642, 
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between Two Lap Dogs of the Uto- 
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Battle, The. Henry Shirley, n.d. 

Battle-Door for Teachers and Profes- 
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Battles, All the famous, that have been 
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Battley, J., Bookseller, 1721, 1. 15. 

Battns, Dr. Chas., Translator of 0. 
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Baoande, Wm., translator of J. F. Mon- 
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Bandins, Dom. Carmen Heroicuni 
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Monnmentum oonsecratum Princip. 

Henrici Frederic!, 1612, H. 32. 
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ney*8 Arcadia, 1624-5. F, BaecrCs 

(X»xvrTeA^ 1633. 
Bawd, A yirtnoufl^ &c. John Taylor, 

1635- 
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cal Fragments, 1683, L 476; 1689, 
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Bayi, Mr. Seasons of Mr. Bays' chang- 
ing his religion. Jolm Dryden^ 1688. 

Bajes, Mr. The Transproscr Roliearscd ; 
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Biqrlie, Richard. Dedication of P. du 
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BajHa, Robert. Parallel of the Liturgy, 
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BajHa, Thomas, Bookseller, at Comer- 
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IL683; 1618, H. 147, 283; 1619, 
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Baylj, Lewes. Practice of Piety, 3rd 
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Ba^, John, Bookseller, near the Little 
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Bayly, Thos. Certamen Religiosum, 
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Parietis, 1650, IL 41.— The Wall 
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Bajnan, Thos. John Partridge's His- 
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Bayne, Paul Christian Letters, 1620, 
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Baynea, Martin. Christian Ealendar, 
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Baynea, Paul. Brief Directions unto 
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Bayning; IVral, Viscount, Death Re- 
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Baynton, Anne, Poems on the marriage 
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Baynton, Sir Edward. Letter to the 
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Bo Mery, good Jone, 1558-9, H. 29. 

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Beacon, R, Bookseller, Anyel^ Guilt' 
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Beacon, Richard. Solon His FoUie, 

Beacon, A bright burning. A. Fleming^ 
1580. 

Beacon set on Fire, 1652, IIL 239. 

Beadea, Instructions for the use of. 
John Bucks, 1589. 

Beadle, G. & T. Collins, Booksellers^ 
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Beale, Francis. Royal Game of Chess- 
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Beale, John, Printer, 161 2, I. 280; 
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50, IIL 272 ; 1615, H. 302, IIL 
104; 1616, IL 573, 598; 1617, IL 
143, 491 ; 1618, IL 241, IV. 42; 
1619, H. 299, 563, L 53, 236 ; 1620, 



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H. 665 ; 1623, H. 360, 1. 270 ; 1626, 
II. 573, III 313; 1629, I. 177; 

1630, H. 5963 1631,11 282; 1635, 
IL 254, 283 ; 1639, IL 23. 

Beale, John, and 8. Buckley, FrinterSf 
1641, IL 164. 

Beale, Thos. True Discovery of a 
Bloody Plot, n.d, H.32; i64i,IIL 15. 

Beale, Wm., Book»dler in Little Britain^ 
[1690], I. 373. 

Beal, Simon, Ingtrument-maker, 1672, 
IV. 155. 

Beard, Thos. Theatre of God's Judge- 
ments, 1597, H. 33; 1612, H. 33; 

1631, H. 33, IL 42; 1648, H. 33, 
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31- 
Beards, Book of, H. 33, 1. 43, IL 716. — 

Treatyse answerynge the boke of, 

H. 33, IIL 716. — Pro Sacerdotum 

Barbis. John Valentine^ 1533, IL 

615. 

Bearkes, Sandoll, Bookseller^ 1602, H. 

58- 

Beasts, Historie of foure-footed. Edw. 

TqpseU, 1607. 
Beasts, Parliament ol Jos. Hotcell, 

1660. 
Beat! Pacifici Divine Poem by Sir 

John Siradlingy 1623. 
Beato, David, Bisliop of St. Andrews^ 

Tragical Death oL Sir D. Lyndeay, 

1540. 
Beaton, Card., Win, Manderdon'B 

Moralia, 1523, ded, to. 
Beats, Thos., Bookseller, Amsterdam, 

1744, IL 87. 
Beanchamp, Lord, iEsop's Fables, 1699, 

ded. to. 
Beanchesne, Jean de» Booke contain- 
ing divers sortes of hands^ 15 7^1 H. 

33; 1571, H. 33; 1590, H. 687; 

x6o2, H. 33, L 31. Printer in Black 

Fryers, 1597, H. 608. 
Beaufort, Hen., Duke of. Elegia in 

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Beaufort, Hen., Duke oL T. Durfey's 

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Speght^ in Chaucer's Works, 1598. 



Beaumont^ Francis. Poems, 1639, ^^* 
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43»- 
Beaumont, Fr., and John Fletcher. A 

King and no King, 161 9, H. 33 ; 

1625, H. 33 j 1631,1655, IL 222. — 

Beggar's Bush, 1661, H 34; 1717, 

IL 42. — Bloody Brother, 1639, H. 

34, IV. 39. — Knight of the Burning 

Pestle, 1613, H. 33, I. x6o; 1635, 

H. 33. — Philasta, 1620, H. 33; 

1622, H, 33; 1628, H. 33; 1634, 

IL 222. — Scornful Lady, 16 16, H. 

33; 1630, n. 222 ; 4th Edit., 1635, 

I. 31 ; 6th Edit, 1651, L 31.— The 

Prophetess, 1690, IL 42. — Wild 

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Wit without Money, 1639, H 33 ; 

1 66 1, H 34; n,d,, I. 3r. — Comedies 

and Tragedies, 1647, IL 42. First 

Folio Edition of Plays edited by Jas. 

Shirley, H. 555. — Fifty Comedies 

and Tragedies, 1679, I. 31. 

Beaumont, Sir John. Bosworth Field, 
1629, H 34, L 31,11. 42; i7io,H. 
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bius, 1636. — ^Elegy in Honour and 
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Verses in M. DraytorCs Poems, 16 13. 
— ^Verses in Horaces Odes, trans. Sir 
T. H., 1625.— Elegy on. Wm. Col- 
man's La Dance Machabre, [1633]. 

Beaumont, John, Gent. Treatise of 
Spirits, Apparitions, &c., 1705, IIL 

15. 
Beaumont, John. Present State of the 

Universe, 1694, IIL 15, IV. 120. 

Beaumont, Joseph. Psyche, 1648, H. 
34, L 32 ; 1702, IL 43. — ^Verses in 
Wm. Hawkins' Carolla Varia, 1634. 
— Verses in LachrymsB Cantabrigi- 
enses in obit. Henr. Carol! L filise, 
&c., t67a 

Beaumont, Lord. The Country Gentle- 
man's Vade Meeum. Ed. S — cy, 1669, 
ded. to. 

Beaumont, Robert Love's Missives to 
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Beaugue, Jan de. L'Histoire de la 
guerre d'Escosse, 1556, II. 687. 



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BeaQtias Barre where the auctor stoode. 

€rto. Oiueaigne^ 1580. 
Beauties* Craeltie, or the Passionate 

Lover, H. 354. 
Beauties' darlings, Admonycon to, 1589, 

IL 13. 
Beauties' Triumph. Thoa. Duffett^ 1676. 
BeautiAil Blossoms gathered. John 

Byshop, 1577. 
Beauty, Artificial. John Gauden^ 1662. 

— Caveat of those that hoste of their, 

1578, IL 43. — Challenge for. Thos. 

Heywood^ 1636. 
Beauty dishonoared. Anthony Chuiey 

1593- 
Beauty of the remarkahle year of grace, 

1638. T. JJ., H. 249. 
Beauty, Prohlems of. Tom. Buoni^ 

1606. 
Beauty, True Anatomy of Camall, 1576, 

II 43. 

Character of the, 1696, IL 90. 

c-Esprits, To the Society of the, 
1687, IL 43. 

Bee, Jean du. Historie of the Great 
Emperor Tamerlan. Trans, H. M., 
1597, IL 161. 

Becauus, Martinus. Confutation of 
Tortura Torti, 1610, IIL x6.— The 
English Jarre, 161 2, IIL 16. — 
Snmma auctorum . . . contra . . . de 
potestate Regis, &a, 16 13, IV. 8. 

BMdes, Suffolk, Proper new Sonet 
declaring the lamentation ol Thos, 
Ddoney^ 1586. Z>. Sterne^ 1586. 

Bediamel, M. Grillet and M. Voyage 
in search of the Lake of Parima, 
1698^ IL 623. 

Beck, Cave. Universal Character, 1 65 7, 
I. 32. 

Beeke, Edmund. Brief Confutation of 
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L 32. — ^Trans. Erasmus* Two Dia- 
logues, n,d. 

Becfa, H., Bookseller, 1648, IL 368, 
IIL 242. 

Beeket, Jamet, Bookseller ai the Inner 
Temple Gate, 1636, 1637, H. 273 ; 
1638, H. 149, 333, 449. J- 247, 324, 
IL 466 ; 1639, L 48 ; 1640, I. 290, 
381, IL 594 ; 1641, in 153. 

Beeket, Leonard, Bookseller in the 
Temple, near the Church, 1610, IIL 
127; 1611, H. 129; 1612, H. 441 ; 



1614, H. 21 ; 1615, EL 420, IL 495 ; 
1616, I. 153, H. 119; 1618, IL 
155; 1619, H. 300; 1620, H. 300, 
420, IL 424, 590; 1 62 1, H. 262; 
1622, H. 129; 1627, H. 300. 
Beeket. Thomas a. I^etter to a Friend 
in Wilts, on the Pamphlet, 1666, IIL 
16. — Life, Pynson, n.d., H. 607 ; by 
A,B,,\ 639, II. 2 1 ; Charles du Canda, 
1615 ; Luc de Beaulieu, 1679 ; Pet, 
Bertrandi,i4gs. — Prophecy of, 1666, 

II- 43- 
Beckett. Engraved Portrait in Mrs, 

Anne KiUigreufs Poems, 1686. 

Beckwith, Susanna, Judith, and Hester, 
T S,, Certain Carolls, presented to, 
H. 530. 

Becon, Thos. Comfortable Epistle unto 
God's faithful people, 15549 IV. 8. 
— Displaying of the Popish Masse, 
1637, L 32. — Flowerof godly prayers, 
1 56 1, A. 164. — Invective against 
Whoredom, n.d,, H. 34, L 32. — 
Jewell of Joy, 1550, IV, 8. — News 
out of Heaven, 1541, IV. 8. — The 
Pomander of Prayer, n.d., IV. 8. 

Beda, Nowell, Principal of the Col- 
lege of Montagu, The Church of 
the Evil Men and Women, 15 11, H. 
105, I. 480. 

Bed6, Jean. The Masse Displayed, 
1619, IL 672. 

Bede, Venerable. Axiomata Philoso- 
phica, 159a, II. 43. — De Temporibus, 
1505, IV. 120; 1507, IV. 8. — His- 
tory of the Church of England, trans, 
T. Stapleton, 1565, IL 43; 1622, L 

3a. 
Bedell, Gabriel, and Mercy Meighen, 

Booksellers in Fleet Street, 1646, IL 

522; 1647, IL 379; 1648, L 293, 

IL i6f; 1649, IL 165; 1650, III. 

loi ; 1652, L 275, IL 209; 1653, 

H. 573, IIL 201 ; 1654, L 469, II. 

76, IIL 159, IV. 71 ; 1655, I. 160, 

III. 216 ; 1656, I. 100, 186, II. 162, 

218, 274, 370; 1658, H. 691, IV. 

67 ; 1659, II. 123 ; 1660, H. 688, 

II. 76, loi, 689; 1661, L 81, II. 

209,412,631; 1662,11.209; 1665, 

II. 159; 1666, L 223. 

Bedell, Bp. Wm. Life by Gilbert Bur- 
net, 1692, II. 72. 

Bedford, Arthur. Evil and Danger of 



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Stage Plays, 1706, L 32. — Excellency 
of Divine Music, 1733, IL 43. — 
Great Abuse of Music, 1711, II. 43. 
— Serious Bemonstrance in belialf of 
the Christian Religion, 1719, I. 32. 
— The Temple Music, 1 706, II. 43. 

Bedford, Bridgett, Counters of. Peter 
Martyr*s Travayle in W. and E. 
Indies, 1577, ded, to. 

Bedford, Edward, 3rd Earl of. J, 
Lipsiuff Direction for Travellers, 
1592, enlarged far. 

Bedford, Mrs. F. Perusal of an old 
Statute, 1657, H. 34. 

Bedford, Francis, 2nd Earl of, Mirror 
of Tnie Nobility, exposing the Life 
and Death of. Geo. Whetstone^ 1 585. 
— Poore Man's Complaint on therle 
of Bedford's death, 1586, IL 43. — 
Alexis of Piedmont's Medicines, trans. 
A. Androse, 1569. Thos. Coopers 
Chronicle, 1560. N. GaUasius, True 
Beport of the Assembly, 1562. G. 
Gascoigne's Doome of Doomes Day, 
1576. Humphrey Roberts* Earnest 
Complaint of divers Exercises, 1572. 
J. Sleidan^s Brief Chronicle, 1563. 
/. Sleidan*s Chronicle of our time, 
1560, ded, to. 

Bedford, Francis, 4th Earl of. Progress 
to the Highest Courts of Parliament, 
1 64 1, II. 43. — Instructions to, in 
Earl o/Salisburf/s State and Dignity 
of a Secretary of Estates Place, 1642. 
— Letter to a Lord of the House of 
Peers, 1642, IV. 19. — Elegy on, by 
H. Glapthorne, 1642, H. 229. 

Bedford, Jasper, Duke of, Epitaph of, 
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Bedford, John, Earl of, Johannes de 
Mediohmo*s Regimen Sanitatis Sal- 
erni, 1528, ded. to. 

Bedford, Lucy, Countess of, Sonnet to, 
in Homer's Iliad. G. Chapman, 
16 1 2. S. DanieCs Poems, 1605. 
John Davie^ Muses' Sacrifice, 161 2. 
M, Drayton* s Mortimeriados, 1596; 
England's Heroicall Epistles, 1599 ; 
Legend of Robert, Duke of Nor- 
mandy, 1596. Famous Game of 
Chess-Play, 1640.— /.i^/ortV^ World 
of Wonders^ 1598. The Honour of 
True Love, 1 6 2 1 . Lucan*s Pharsalia, 
1614. 21 Sparke^s Sermon, 1573. 



R. White's Cupid's Banishment, 16 1 7» 
ded. to. 

Bedford, S., M.P. Mrs. F. Bedford's 
Perusal of an old Statute, 1657, 
ded, to. 

Bedford, Wm., Earl of. Relation of 
two battles against the Marq. of 
Hartford, 1642, III. 290.— List of 
Horse under the command of: in 
True and Exact Relation, &c., 1642, 
IIL 283. 

Bedford, Wriothesley, 2nd Duke of, A, 
Bedford's Temple Musick, 1706. S. 
CarroWs Peijur'd Husband, 1700, 
ded, to. 

Bedford, Account of Wonderful Tem- 
pest and Hurricane in, 1672, H. 34. 
— Book of the Wytches executed at, 
1612-13, IL 43. — Strange and Ter- 
rible News from, 1672, I. 32. — 
True relation of what happened at, 
Aug. 19, 1672, 1. 33. — True and Im- 
partial Narrative of Illegal Proceed- 
inc^s, &e. of Justices of the Peace at, 
1670, IIL 16. 

BedfordBhire. Case in Law of Tristram 
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Lamentable Fires m Kent, &c , 1606- 
7, IL 218. Compare Wobum. 

Bedingfield, Esq., Relation of murder 
of, 1684, by Mr. Barney, 1684, II. 
427. 

Bedingfield, Sir Hen., Geo. Wilson's 
Commendation of Cockes, 1667, ded. 
to. 

Bedingfleld, Lady M., Edto. Manning's 
Ashrea, 1665, ded. to. 

Bedingfl^d, Thos., and Raffe Bowes. 
Patent for importing Playing Cards, 
1571, H. 74, 

Bedingfleld, Thos. Translated Car- 
danus' Comfort, 1573. — C. Cortet^ 
Art of Riding, 1584. — N. Machia- 
vent's Florentine History, 1595. 

Bedlam, New News from. T. T., 
1682, I. 416. 

Bedlam broke loose. Dighy Gerard^ 
1677. 

Bedle, Thos. Princelie Progress of the 
Church Militant, 16 10, I. 33. 

Bedle, Gabriel. See Bedell. 

Bedle, W., and Richard Lante, Booh- 
sellers, 1558-9, H 584. 

Bedloe, Capt Wm. The Excommuni- 



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cated Prince, 1679, !• 33- — Confes- 
Bion : in A True and Perfect Belation, 
Ac, 1679, IL 486. —Elegy upon, 
i6SOy IL 43. — Examination of, 1680, 
IIL 16.— life and Death, 1681, II. 
44. — Narratiye and Impartial Dis- 
coyery of the horrid Popish Plot, 
1673, IL 673. 

T*^<*«»*^". W. iEnigma Philosophicum : 
in Theatrum Chemicum Britumicum, 
1652, H. 5. 

Bedaal-areen, The Blind Beggar of. 
John Dai/, 1659. 

BedwttU, Wm. Trigonum Architecto- 
nicum, 16 12, H. 613. — ^Translated 
B. S(digna^8 Arithmetic, x6i6. 

BedwttIl,Wm. Gilbert PWcington'aTwV' 
nament of Tottenham, 1631, H. 459. 

Baeard, Richard. Godly Psalm of 
Mary Queen, XSS3> H. 34, 687.— 
Alphabetum primum, H. 35. — Mr. 
Harry Whobal's man to M. Camel 
greetes, H. 35. 

Beach, Bob., Ballad of the Mnrder of, 
1594, H. 390, 408. — ^True descrip- 
tioa of the murder of, by T. Merry, 
1594, H. 390. — His Ghost, 1594, H. 

390- 
Baadomc, Thos* Poems, 1641, H. 35, 

44» II- 44- 
Baa-hiTO of the Romish Church. O, 

OUpifif 1579. 

J., Translator of The Triumph 
Royal, 1692, IL 648. 
la-mastar, Complete. J. WorUdge, 
1698. 

r. How to brew all sortes of, 1591, 
IL 44. — Reason ... for taking ofT 
present duty upon, 1695, UL 16. — 
Treatise of Warm. F. TT., 1641, H. 
6, IL 623; 1724, IIL 257. 

Apiarum, or Discourse of. John 
Woriidgej 1686. — Further Discovery 
of. Mo9e» Biudenj 1679. — Govem- 
manty properties and bsnefit of: in 
ThoB. HUTb Gaidening, 1593. — His- 
tory of. R. Eemnani, 1637. — Order- 
ing of. John Lecettf 1634. — Par- 
liament of. John Day, 1641. — 
Reformed Commonweidth of, 1655, 
L 33, TTL ]o6. — ^Treatise of. Editi, 
Southern^ 1593. 

laataa, Honry. Poem to Charles II. , 
i66ok tt 35. 



Beeston, Hugh, Bookseller, near the 
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163. 

BaestoB, Wm. Loves of Clerio and 
Logia, 1652, ded. to. 

Beeston [or Biston], Servant to Lady 
BeUaaiSy 1678, III. 40. 

Beggar, a Thiefe, and the Hangman, 
Dialogue between. Jolm Taylor^ 
1639. 

Beggar of Alexandria, The Blind. G. 
Chapman, 1598. 

Beggar of Bethnal Green, The Blind. 
See Bethnal Green, 

Beggar, Court. R Brome, 1659. 

Beggar, Song of the : in A Description 
of Love, 1620, H. 350. 

Beggar's Ape. R Ntccols, 1627. 

Beggar's Bush. F. Beaumont and G* 
Fletcher, 1661, 

Beggars, Dialogue between two, 1567, 
IL 174. — Jovial Crew, or the Beg- 
gars Bush, H. 35. — Petition against 
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Remedy, or the way to reform wan- 
dering, 1646, H. 575. — Supplication 
for. Simon Fish, n.d. 

Beggary, Praise, Antiquity, and Com^ 
modity of. John Taylor, 1621. 

Bagging Poor, Certain and infallible 
Measures for the alimation of, 1701, 

IL 483- 
Begoinna, John. Tyrocinium Chymi- 

cum, 1669, II. 44. 

Behaviour, Rules of, 1692, IIL 16. 

Behem, Francis, Printer, Maguntice, 
1550. L 83. 

Behn, Mrs. A. Abdelazer, 1693, A 
165. — Amorous Prince, 1671, II. 44. 
— City Heiress, 1682, IL 44. — Con- 
gratulatory Poem to the King, 1688, 
IL 44. — Emperor of the Moon, 1687, 
IL 44. — False Count, 1682, IL 44. 
— Feign'd Curtizans, 1679, 11. 44. — 
Le Montre, 1686, IIL 278. — Lycidas, 
1688, II. 45. — Pindarick Poem on 
the Coronation of James IL, 1685, 
III. 16. — Poems upon several occa- 
sions, 1684, IL 44. — Pindarick on 
the death of the late Sovereign, 1685, 
n. 44, 672. — Plays, 1702, IV. 8. — 
Poems, 1697, I^' 8.— Roundheads, 
1682, IL 44. — Sir Patient Fancy, 
1678, IL 44. — The Debauchee, 1677, 



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A. 165. — The Dutch Lover, 1673, 
A. 165. — The Forc'd Marriage, 167 1, 
A. 165. — The Lucky Chance, 1687, 
IL 44. — ^The Rover, 1677, ^^^ 1^« 
1681, A. 165. — Town Fopp, 1677, 
IL 44. — Widdow Ranter, 1690, II. 
45.— Young King, 1683, IL 44.— 
Younger Brother, 1696, A. 165. — 
Translated A New discovery of new 
wdrlds, 1688, IV. 116. — ^Verses in 
Collection of Poema, 1672, I. 335. 
Edw. Eoicard's Six Days Adven- 
tures, 167 1. Miscellany, 1685, IL 
398. Th, Tryon's Way to make 
people rich, 1685. 

Behold the wonders of Almighty God, 
1684, H. 214. 

Belir, Hans, Declaration of, 1644, L 33. 

Bekker, Balthazar. The World Be- 
witched, 1695, III. 16. Refutation 
of. John Beaumont^ i705» HL 15. 

Belchior, Dabridgecourt. Uans Beer 
Pot^ 1618, H. 35. 

Believe as you list P, Massinrjer^ 
1631. 

Believers Catechism. B, Keatcl^ i705- 

Belfiist, Relation from, 1642, II. 98. 

Belfeist Printer, James Blow^ 1728. 

BelfordfSir Wm., Challenge from Prince 
Rupert to, 1643, II. 100. 

Belgium. Belgiaes Troubles and Tri- 
umphs. Wnu Crosse, 1625. — Belgica 
Caracteristica. John Crouch, 1665. 
— Belgic Soldier. Thos, Scot, 1624. 
-De Bello Belgico. F, Strada, 
1650. — Bellum Belgicum Secundum, 
1665, III. 39. 

Belhaven, Lord. Countrey-man's R\idi- 
ments, 1699, III. 16. — Speech on the 
Act of Security, 1703, III. 225. 

Belier, John, Pnnter at Paris, 1644, 
IL 236. 

Beling, Richard. The Ei<]:hth Day, 2nd 
Edit., 1661, L 33.— Bk. VL of Sid- 
ney's Arcadia, H. 558. — ^Verses in 
J as, Shirley* s Royal Master, 1638. 

Bell, Adam, Clym of the Cloughe and 
Wm. of Cloudesle. Bydddl, 1536, 
I. 33 ; i6o5» H. 35 ; 1628, H. 35 ; 
1632, H. 35 j 1648, H. 35 ; 1668, 
H. 35 ; 1683, H. 35. — Copland, n,d., 
H. 35. — Thackeray J n.d., H. 35 ; 
1698, H. 35.— Part IL 1618, H. 35. 

Boll, Andrew, BooJcseller, 1693, III. 



155, A. 272 ; 1695, IV. 25 ; 1696, 
IIL 24, IL 19; at the Cross Keys, 
Poultry, IIL 192 ; 1697, IL 263 ; 
1698, Cross- Keys and Bible, Corn- 
hill, L 370, IV. 85 ; 1702, IL 295, 
IIL 95, 292. 

Bell, Andrew and Jonas Luntley, Book- 
sellers, Pestle and Mortar, over against 
Horse-Shoe Tavern, Chancery Lane, 
1684, II. 376. 

Bell, Francis. Translated History, Life, 
&a, of Sister Joane of the Crosse, 
by Anthony d'Aca, 1625. 

Bell, Captain Henry. Translated M. 
Luther's CoUoquia Mensalia, 1652. 

Bell, Henry, Bookseller, 16 10, IV. 97 ; 
1613, H. 384; i6i5,H. 115; 1617, 
toithout Bishopsgaie, H. 242, 243, II. 
423; 1618, H. 116 j 1620, Sunne, 
in Bethlehenij H. 233 ; 1621, H. 218, 

242, IIL 100; 1622, at the Lame- 
Hospital Gate, in Smith field, H. 374, 
524 ; 1 63 1, in Eliofs Court, Old 
BaUy, L 392, H. 451. 

Bell, Henry and Moses, Booksellers, 

1637, H. 242, 243. 
Bell, Henry, Bookseller, 1660, II. 105. 

Printer, 1661, H. 148. 
Bell, H, and P. Lillecrap, Printers, 

1 66 1, II. 599. 
Bell [or Bealel John. Gratiarum Actio, 

&C., 1590, I. 34. 
Bell, Jane, Bookseller and Printer , t 649, 

H. 523 ; 1650, Ea^ End of Christ 

Church, H. 121, 501, IV. 88; 1652, 

H. 23, L 8, IIL 63 ; 1653, IIL 189 ; 

1654, H. 523; 1655, H. 32, 132, 

243, 551, L 30, IL 667 ; 1656, L 
164, 355i 472 ; 1657, L 164 ; 1658, 
IIL 131; 1659, H, 527, IL 525; 
n.d., H. 2 12. 

Bell, Moses, Printer, 1647, 1. 254, III. 

158 ; 1648, I. 365, IV. 126; nd., L 

232. See Henry and Moses Bell. 
BeU, Sir Robert, Brief and doleful! 

lamentation for, 1577, H. 433. — 

MoumefuU Memorie of the death of, 

1578. H. 433. 
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Bevis, Peter. Verses in Wm, Martinis 

Kings of England, 1628. 
Bevifl of Hampton. Tisdale,^[i56o-i], 

11.48. Pyn8on,n.d,H.38. Wynkyn 

de Worde, n.d,, H. 38. Copland, 

n,d., H. 38, 687. East, n.d,, H. 38. 

Stansby, n,d., H. 38; Lee, n,d., H. 

38; 1622, H. 38; 1630, H. 38. 

Bishop, [1640}, H. 38 ; 1662, H. 38 ; 

1689, H. 38, IL 673. A. M. for 

J. Deacon, n.d., H. 38. — Bevo d*An- 

tona, IIL 48.— MSS. of, L 36. 
Bevis of Southampton, 171 1, H. 38. — 

J. Deacon, n.d., IIL 279. 
Bew, Wm. Contributes to Jonsonus 

Virbius, 1636, L 240. 
Bewalynge of true subjects, 15 70-1, II. 

191. 
Bewe, K E. M. Contributes to The 

Paradyce of Daynty Devises, 1576, 

H. 437- 



Bewick, John. Confiding England 
under conflicts, &c., 1644, IIL 17. 

Beyer, A. Edited John Sdden^s De 
Dis Syris Syntagmata, 1680. 

Beyer, Wm. The Right Instruction of 
Three Languages, 1681, IL 48. 

Beyes, Gilles, Printer, Paris, 1583, 1\ 

Beys, Hadrian, Printer, Paris, 1612, 
IV. 118. 

Beza, Theodore. Abraham's Sacrifice, 
1577, H* 38. — Ad Serenissimam 
Elizabetham, &c., 1588, H« 38, L 36. 
— Christian Meditations upon eight 
Psalms, 1582, II. 48. — Cordial for 
a Sick Conscience, 1593, H. 38. — 
Discourse : Life and Death of John 
Calvm, 1564^ I. 36. — Epitaphia. 
C, Barksdale, 1680. — Household 
Prayers, 1603, I. 37.-— Letters in 
Thos. Carttnight's To the Godly 
Reader, &c., 1567-8. — ^Little Cate- 
chism, 1578, L 36; 1579, IL 48. — 
xiiij holy psalms, 1581, II. 48. — 
New Testament, englished by L. T, 
1601, IV. 103, — Oration, 1562, IL 
48. — Psalms in latin. Translated by 
A, Gilbie, 1580, IIL 55. — Summe of 
the Christian Faith, n.d,. A, 9. — 
Verses in CA. Oc2anc2ti«'«£lizabetheis, 
1589. 

Beza, T., and H. Bullinger. Confession 
of Faith, 1566, IV. 14. 

BL Ri., Printer, 1638, II. 278. 

Biard, John, Bookseller (?), H. 160. 

Bibie, John, Drum-Major, Scotland's 
thanksgiving for the return of their 
Army; With a Letter to, 1642, H. 

253- 
Bible, Sacra BibKa, 1535, IV. 9. — in 

English. Thos, Matthew, 1538, IV. 

9; 1540, rV. 121; 1541, IV. 9.— 

in Shorthand. Jeremiah Rich, [ 1 660], 

I. 357. — in Welsh, 1588, 1620, 1 v. 

10. 

Bible, Christian Soldier's Penny, 1693, 

H. 565. — Soldier's Pocket, 1643, II- 

565- 
Bible, Brief Chronology of the, 1600, 

I. 378. — Brief of the. Hen. Clapham, 

1596. — Brief Summe of the, 1560, 

11.49; 1568, I. 37. — British Gem, 

or Al»tract of the. RicJi, JoneSy 

1655. — Common-place Book to the. 



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John Locke^ i^Q?- — ^Divine Art of 
Memoiy, or sumine of the.' S. Wastd^ 
1683. — Divine Rhapsodies, or the 
excellence of the. /. Ahhotj 1647. 
Good Help for a weak memory, or 
the summe oi /. L,, n,d, — Herbal. 
J, LeminuSj 1587. — History of the. 
W. Humf^ n.d, ; Etuebius Poffii, 
1628; Sieur de Eoyaumont, 1691. — 
Images of the Old Test lively ex- 
pressed, 1549, H. 38. — Medulla 
Biblionim. W. Ainsworih, 1652. — 
Metrical Index to. Jos, Charley, 
171 1. — Microbiblion, or Epitome of 
the. & Wadel, 1629. — Song of the 
Old Test. G. Wither, 1621.— Storys 
and prophesies out of. N. Coppyn 
deMoniibus, 1 535. — Summula Biblii. 
JoJm SkaWf 1 6 2 1 . — Thesaurus Biblio- 
rum. Wm, Allot, 1585. — True and 
Ijvely historyke purtreatures of the, 
1553, H. 38,11. 17. — True Christian's 
Daily Delight, or the Summe of. S, 
Wastd, 1623. — Verbum Sempiter- 
nam. John Taylor, 1670. — Whole 
Story of the, cut in brass • pieces, 
1636-7, II. 49. 

BlblA, C. Barker's Petition for the sale 
of his, 1578, H. 26. 

BiUe-Baarer, The. Arthur Newman, 
1607. 

BiUiander, Theodore. Godly Consulta- 
tion, 1542, II. 49. 

Bidion, Wm., Printer at Rue S. Jaques 
on Biehot, Paris, 1589, lU. 156; 
1590, n. 87. 

Bick, Thos., and others. Revised Aime 
for the Archers of Greorge's Fields, 
1664, H. 254, 343. 

Bickertm, Thos., Bookseller, 17 19, H. 
639; 1720, IL 107; n.d., H. 348. 

Bickham, Creorge. Universal Penman, 

i74i»I. 37; i743» n. 49. 

Bickham, G., junr. Plates in Fen/dotCs 
Tales and Fables, 1726. — Drawing- 
Book, in J. Bickham^ s Fables, 1737. 

Bickham, John. Fables and other short 
poems, 1737, I. 37. 

Bi^noU, Edward. Swoorde against 
Swearyng, I. 37, 1579, IV. 10. 

Bicorae or Bigome, John Taylor's Fill 
Gut and Pinch Belly, 1620, borrowed 
from, IL 593. 

Biddell [or Bidell], John, Bookseller, 



' Our Lady of Pity,' next Fleet Bridge, 
1533, II. 204. 

Biddle, John. The Two first Satires of 
Juvenal, 1634, H. 313. — Virgil's 
Bncolicks englished, 1634, H. 633. 

Biddle, John, M,A., Humble Advise 
to the Lord Mayor in behalf of, 
1653-4, III. 17. — Spirit of Persecu- 
tion again broken forth against, 
1655, III. 18.— To the Officers and 
Souldiers of the Army, [1655], III. 
18. — Two Letters of, 1655, ^^i- ^^' 
— ^True State of the Case of Liberty 
of Conscience, with an account of the 
Sufferings of, 1655, III. 18. 

Biddell, W., Bookseller, 1558-9, H. 

475- 
BideU, John, Contributor to Vita et 

Obitus Duorum Fratrum Suffolcien- 

sium, &c., 1 55 1, H. 51. 
Bien Venn. John Davis, 1606. 
Bieston, Roger. Bayte and snare of 

Fortune, H. 38. 
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lard of Burgundy, [1660], I. 180. 
Biggs, Master, of Grantham, killed by 

Francis Cartwright, 161 3, H 408. 
Biggs, N. Mataeotechuia Medicinse 

Praxeos, 165 1, IV. 10. 
Bilbery, John. Voyage of the Late 

King of Sweden, 1698, III. 18. 
Bill, Anna. Mirror of Modestie, 1621, 

H. 39. 
Bill, Arthur, and others. The Witches 

of Northamptonshire, 161 2, H. 423, 

IL 427. 
Bill, Charles, Printer, 1687, !!• 3'^ > 

1688,111. 6, 125; 1695, III. 132, 

148 ; 1699, IL 649 ; and Thos. New- 

comb, 1689, IL 646. 
Bill, John, Bookseller, 1605, 11. 417 ; 

1606, IIL 60, 220 ; 1608, IL 144. 
Bill, John, Printer, 1613, H. 282, 494, 

I. 395, IIL 226; 1614, IL 61, 62, 

IIL 23; 1615, L 151, II. 632, IIL 

221, IV. 53; i6i6,IL 64, 163, 353, 

398, 582, IIL 58; 161 7, IIL 58; 

1618, I. 234, IIL 58, 277 ; 1619, 

L 23, IL 23, 307, 598, IIL 171; 

1620, IL 23 ; 1621, 1. 120, IIL 124 ; 

1622, L 234, II. 6t ; 1624, H. 592, 

I. 468, IL 591, IIL 58 ; 1626, IL 

79, 92, IIL 35, 253 ; 1628, L 438, 

IL 697; 1629, IL 427, 668; 1630, 



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IV. 38; 1631, L 273, 111. 144; 

1636,1X478; 1638, A. 269; 1641, 

IL 445; 1642, 11. 447, 448; 1647, 

n. 102 ; 1660, II. 108 ; 1661, A. 

269; 1669, IL Illy 112, 461, 494; 

1663, IL III, 112; 1664,11. Ill, 

112,609; 1665, IL 112, 609, IV. 

147 ; 1666, III. 61 ; 1680, I. 429, 

IL 115, 575 ; 1682, IIL 4; 1683, L 

148, II. 117, IIL 296 ; 1687, IV. 3 ; 

1688, A. 148, 264; 1 691, A. 272; 

n.d,y IV. 147. 
Bill, John, and Bonham Norton, 1605 

to 1628 ; and Robert Barker, 1620- 

33 ; and Christopher Barker, 1660-68. 
Bill of fare for a Saturday nights supper. 

M. Parker, rkd. 
BiUaine, Jeane, Printer, Paris, 1653, 

IV. 29; 1654, IL 519; 1658, iL 

76 ; 1660, L 438. 
Billaine, Pierre, Printer^ Paris, 1625, 

H. 236. 
Billiarda, Instructions how to play, 

1687, A. 263. 
BiUinger, John, Bookseller, 1675, IL 

66. 
BiUingsley, Bei^'., Bookseller at the 

Printing-Press, Cornhill, 1676, III. 

174, IL 508 ; 1683, III. 268 ; 1684, 

I. 243; 1699, A. 271; 1706, III. 

3"- 
Billingsley, Henry. EudicCs ELemenis 

of Geometry, trans, 1570. — Ant, 

Mundaxfs Watchword to England, 

1584, ded, to, 
Billini^ey, Martin. The Pen's Excel- 

lencie, 1 6 1 8, IIL 2 7 9. — Coppie Book, 

1637, III. 279. 
BillingBly, Nich. Brachy-Martyrologia, 

1657, H. 39. — KOSMOBPE4IA, or 

Infancy of the World, 1658, H. 39. 

— ^Thesauro-Phulakion, 1667, I. 37. 

— Treasury of Divine Raptures, 1667, 

H. 39. 
BIIIb for the Shippinge of Merchantes 

Roods, 1582, IL 392. 
Billye, Le Baron de. Most great and 

wonderful victory obtained, dec, with 

copy letter to, 1594, IL 607. 
BilBon, Bishop T. Notice of, in John 

Dunbar's Epigrammata, 16 16. — and 

others, Antidote against S, N., 1615, 

L 301. 

^son, Thos., son of above, John 



HeaJtKs Two Centuries of Epigrams, 
1 610, ded, to, 

BilBon, Boy of, 1622, H. 156, L 37. — 
Second part of. Susanna Fowles, 
1698. 

Bindlesse, Robert. Eieh, Brathwaite's 
Golden Fleece, 16 11, ded, to, 

Binet, Dionysius, Printer, Paris, 1605, 
IL 190. 

Bing, I»euic, Bookseller, 1595, H. 203. 

Bingham, J. History of Xenophon, 
translated, 1623. 

Bink of the Howlat Sir Richard Hol- 
land, 15 10. 

Biiming, Thos. Light to the Art of 
Gunnery, 1689, III. 18. 

Binnington, Isabel, Examination of, 
1662, U. 408. 

Binnington, Thos., Strange Discovery 
of the Murder of R. Eliot, with Dis- 
course with, 1662, H. 179. 

Biochimo. Royall Game of Chesse- 
Play, 1656, IL 49. 

BioncU, G. F. Coralbo, H. 39; 1655, 
IL 673. — ^Donsella Desterrada, trans, 
1, H.-, 1635, H. 39, 1. 38. — Eromena, 
or Love' and Revenge, 1632, IIL 18. 
— L'Historia delle guerteCivili d'Ing- 
hilterra, 1647, IL 49. 

Birch, Philip, Bookseller at the Guyld- 
hall, 1618, L 350 ; 1619, Bible, in 
Guildhall Oate, H. 590, IL ^24,n.d,, 
H. 350. 

Birch, Dr. Thos. Sermon, in Misery's 
Virtues Whet-stone, 1699, IL 248. 
— ^A Birchen Rod for, 1694, IIL 18. 

Birch, Wm. A New balade of the 
worthy service of Maister Strangwige, 
H. 39, L 38. — A Warning to Eng- 
land, H. 39, I. 38. — Complaint of a 
Sinner, [1565], H. 39, L 38.— Son^ 
between the Queen's Majesty and 
England, H. 39. 

Birch, Wm., Bookseller, 1672, IL 348; 
1675, H. 169, 11. 394; 1684, IL 690; 
1696, L 184. 

Birch and Green holly, 1562-3, IL 29. 

Birchen Rod for Dr. Birch, 1 694. III. 1 8. 

Birchenflha, John. Translated /. H, 
Alsted^s Templum Musicum, 1664. 

Birckman, Arnold, Printer, Cologne, 
1562,11.617,11.609; 1568,1.431. 

Bird, John. Grounds of Grammar, 
1639, L 38. 



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Bird^Bjobert, Bookseller, BUde, in Cheap- 
mde, 1625, H. 147, 542, 11. 574; 
1627, L 269; 1628, H. 522, 11. 28 ; 
1629, 1. 177, IL 242, 524; 1630, H. 
148, 607 ; 1631, H. 154, 509, 522 ; 
1632, H. 154 ; 1633, H. 522, L 365, 
11.670; 1635,11.49,607; 1636, 
H. 37i 154. 3^6, L 71,11 72; 1638, 
L 362. 

Bird, Tbeophiltts. Dedication of John 
Ford and Deeker^s Suu's Darling, 

1657. 
Bird, Wm. Magazine of Honoar, 1642, 

IL 49- 

Biid [or ByiU], Wm., Bookseller, Black 
Hone, Aldersgate Street, 1586, H. 
682 ; 1590, H. 653 ; 1591, H. 137, 
IL 215; 1592, H. 192, IIL 206; 
1593, H. 402 ; 1594, H. 407 ; 1595. 
H. 402. 

Bind in a Cage. James Shirley, 1633. 

BMl. Diverse Avium S))ecies de- 
lineata. Fr. Barlow, 1658. — Birds 
and beasts drawn from Life. Fr. 
Barlow, n.d. — Kcw Book of the 
Annony of, [1550], H. 39. — Parlia- 
ment of. Kytson, n.d., U. 39, 1. 38 ; 
FisJe, n,dy IL 39. 

BizinfhAa : Romance, by John Btdfeel, 
1664. 

Bixkanhead, Sir John. Assembly Mnn, 
1662-3, IL 4a — Bibliotheca Parliu- 
menti, 1653, IIL 18. — Loyalties , 
tears, 1649, H. 40. — [News from 
8mith the Oxford Jailorl 1645. III. 
181. — ^Paul's Churchyard, TLd,, L 38. 
—Two centuriesof Paul'sChurchyard, 
[1652], L 38. — ^Verses in F. Beau- 
num^s Comedies and Tragedies, 1647 ; 
M. ^ W: Lavfis Second Book of 
Ayres, 1655 ; Musarum Oxoniensium 
Epibateria, &c., 1643, H. 89; Wit 
and Loyalty Revived, \tZz,—John 
Darned Observations on Poems of 
Homer, 1670. iSa«or9a7io'« La Picara, 
1665. R, Waring s Effigies of Love, 
1680, ded, to, 

Bixkhead, Henry. Poemata, 1645, 11. 
40. — Poematia in Elegiaca, 1656, H. 
40. — Tragedy of Coles Fury, 1646, 
H. 40. — ^Verses in Musarum Oxoni- 
ensium Epibateria, &c., 1643, H. 89. 

BUhaad, Hen., and H. Stubbe. Otium 
Litoratum, 1656, IL 40; [1658], L 38. 



Birmingham, Ballad on Their Royal 
Highnesses Return from Scotland, 
1682, IIL 18. — Iron rod for Naylers 
and Tradesmen near, 1655, IL 49. — 
Letter from Walshall concerning, 
1643, U. 49. — Prince Rupert's Burn- 
ing Love for England discovered in 
Birmingham's Flames, 1643, ^.,52. 
— Tnie Relation of Prince Rupert's 
barbarous cruelty against, 1643, IL 

525- 
Binninghaxn Printer. H. Butler, n.d, 

Bime, Luke, DolefuU News from Ire- 
land; With copy of a commission 
granted by, 1642, IL 30.^. 

Bimie, Wm. Blame of Kirk-Buriall, 
1606, III. 18. 

Biron, Due de, Discourse of the prac- 
tises and treasons of, 1602, L 38. 

Biron, Wm., Lord. «/. Lewkenors 
Metellus, 1693, ded. to. 

Birtli, A Monstrous, 1657, H. 687. 

Birth in Italy, Strange and Wonderful, 

1578, L 232, H. 293. 

Birtli of the Muse. W. Congreve, 1698. 
Birthday, The Blessed. C. Fitzgeffrey, 

1634. 
Births, Two most strange, x6o8, H. 

676. 
Bishop, George, and Lucas Harrison, 

Booksellers, 1570, II. 226, 379; 

1574, 11. 706 ; 1575, L 329. 
Bishop, George. Bookseller, 1576, IL 

67S; i577» H. 424; 1578, IL 175; 

1579, H. 424, IL 78 ; 1586, H. 482, 
IL 227 ; 1589, U. 482, II. 12, 491 ; 
1590, IIL 144, II. 78; 1591, H. 
633; >S92, IL 60; 1594, H. 482, 
II. 78, 481; 1596, II. 200; 1598, 
H. 97, I. 82, 294; 1600, IL 78; 
1601, I. 121, II. 241, 497; 1602, 
IL 61, 322 ; 1605, 1. 408 ; 1606, H. 
27,1. 256,111. 13, IV. 121; 1607,11. 
580, II. 78; 1608, IL 522; 1610, 
IL 78, 312 ; 1622 p], III. 74; n.d., 
I. 217, 218. 

Bishop, G., Bookseller, 1644, L 80, IL 

100, 486, 531, III. 1 19. 
Bishop, G., and R. While, Printers, 

1641, IL 558; 1642, IL 247, 347. 
Bishop, J., and R Kirby. Marrow of 

Astrolo^ry, 1687, IV. 15a 
Bishop, Philip, Bookseller in Exeter, 

1698, IV. 136; 1701, L 45^' 



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Bishopy Ricbani, PritUer, 163 1, H. 

. 686; 1636, 11. 19, 53, 223; 1637, 

H. 529; 1639, H. 34, 229, I. 185, 

. 360, IV. 35, 39; 1640, H. 38, 43, 

53» 227* 396, L 24» 147. 477. IL 
320; 1641, H. 556; 1642, II. 448, 

604; 1644, H. 492, 11. 551 ; 1645, 

II. 601; 1647, II. 434; 1648, H. 
529,1. 183; 1649, IV. 136; 1650, 
H. 76, IL 679; 1 65 1, I. 369, H. 
529; T653, H. 115, II. 134. 

BIbIiqp, Wm., and others. Trials for 

Piracies, 1696, IL 648. 
Biflhope, G«orge. New England Jndged, 

i66i, in. 279 ; [1661-5], III. 279 ; 

1703, IV, 121; Appendix, 166 1, 

III. 18. 

Bishop, The Lofty, &c., 1640, H. 40. 
— True character of an untrue, 1641, 
H. 84, II. 50. 

Bishops, Abstracts of some late Char- 
acters laid down in Lord Bishop's 

Dumb Dogs, 1643, ^- 4^- — ^^^^ ^^^ 
the utter abolishing of, 1643, U. 50. 
— and Archbishops, A very lively por- 
traiture of, 1640, IV, 10. — Apology 
for, 1641, H. 40, II. 50. — Apology 
for the ancient right and power of, 
to sit and vote in parliament, 166 1, 
IL 50. — ^Apprentices' Advice to the, 
1642, H. 10, — bridles, 1638-9, 1. 39. 
— Conspiracy of the twelve, 1641, 

IV. 10. — Dialogue concerning the 
tyrannical dealing of, H, 159, IL 
49. — downefall. E, J?., 1642, H. 
40, I. 39. — Focm and Manner of 
Consecration of, 1660, IL 125. — 
Grace and Peace from God, &c. : 
An Exhortation to, 1572, IL 49. — 
Humble Examination of Abstracts 
to Answers to Nine Reasons of the 
House of Commons against the votes 
of, 1 64 1, ILL 19. — Ivry of Inquisi- 
tion De Jure Divino, &c., 164T, II. 
673. — Instructions from the King's 
Majesty to the, 1626, IIL 35. — 
last good-nighty 1642, H. 40. — Lord 
Bishops, none of the Lord Bishops, 
1640, H. 40, IIL 19. — Lives of, in 
John Nidiols' Pilgrimage, 1581. — 
manifest, 1641, I. 39. — Mittimus to 
go to Bedlam, 1641, H. 40, IV. 10. 
—0 Yes, O Yes, I do cry, The 
Bishop's Bridles will you bye, 1641, 



H. 40. — of Rome, Brief Chronicle of. 
Thos. Oihttoi^ [1548]. — of Rome, His- 
torical Reflections on. John Wag- 
staffey 1660. — Prelates Pride, 1641, 
L 39. — Prentices Prophecie of the, 
1642, H. 10. — ^right to sit in Parlia- 
ment, 1621, IL 445. — Rights of, to 
Judge in Capital Cases in Parliament 
Cleared, 1680, IL 50. — Rot amongst 
the. TI108, Stirry^ 1641. — potion, 
1 64 1 , III. 1 36. — Usurpation of Papal, 
1608, L 39. — Very lively portray ture 
of the Archbishops and, 1640, H. 
84. — Vocation of. Ant, Champney, 
1616. 

Bishops Hatfield, Cruel and Bloody 
Murder by Annis Dell at, 1606, IIL 
109. 

Bispham, T. Iter Australe, 1658, H. 
40, III. 19. 

Biss, Jas., senr, R. Wates' Dialogue 
between Life and Death, 1679, 
ded, to, 

Bisssras, Edw. Nic, Upton, De Studio 
MJlitari, 1654. 

BisseUns, J. Mariae Stuartae Viventis 
ac Morientis Acta, 1675, H. 381. 

Bisset, J., BooksdleTj Bible and Uaip^ 
W. Smithfidd, H. 68, L 493. 

Biston or Beeston, Servant to Lotly 
BeUasis, 1678, III. 40. 

Bitte to stay the stomacks of good sub- 
jects, A, H., 1647, IV. 141. 

Bizams, Petrus. Verses in Thos. 
Churchyard't Govemours in the 
Netherlands, 1602. 

Black [or Back], J., Bookgeller, Holhom, 
1694, IL 68. 

Black Bastel. James Melmlle, 1634. 

Black Book. T. Moffait, 1604. 

Black Book's Messenger. R, Greene, 

1592. 
Black Galley of Dort, True Report of, 

1600, H. 277, 539. 
Black Prince. Tragedy. Boyer Boyle, 

1669. 
Black Pudding, Trial of a, 1652, H. 

687. 
Black Year. Anlh. Nixon, 1606. 
Blackall, Aspen. Reasons for noi 

replying to "Amyntor," 1699, IL 

50. * 
Blackamore, E., Bookseller, Anyel^ 

PauVs'Churchyard, 1632, H. 683. 



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Blackeney, Richard. Life in Samuel 
Clarke's Lives of Sundry Eminent 
PersonSy 1683. 

Black-Friers, Dismal day at the. Mat- 
thew BhotleSy 1623. 

Blaflkhall, Laird of« Certain Instruc- 
tions given by Lord Montrose and 
others, 1641, III. 222. 

Bkckhead, Stephen, and Robert Young, 
Account of, in Thos, Sprafs Rela- 
tion, &c, 1692-3. 

Bhiekleeeh, Nicholas. R, Bamfidd's 
Encomium of Lady Pecunia, ded, to. 

BlacUock, Laurence, Bookseller, Sugar 
Loafy next Temple Bar, 1638, 11. 

157; 1639, I- ^9h 441; 1640, H. 
33, 396, L 302 ; 1642, n. 447, IV. 
77; 1643, IL 173; 1644, n. 17s, 
207 ; 1645, IL 456, IV. 78, 95 ; 

1647, IL 361, 446, 451, IV, 78 ; 

1648, I. 183; 1651, H. 48; 1653, 
H. 33, IL 447. 

Blaekman, Wm., BookeeHer, near the 
GreaJt North Door of Pcadee, 1597, 
H. 234. 

Blackmore, Edward, Bookadler, Blaang- 
Star^ FavVe Churchyard, 1620, H. 
387, A. 265 ; 1623, a 383, L 283 ; 
1624, a 495, I- 283 ; 1626, IL 47, 
IIL 266 ; 1627, IL 47 ; 1628, IL 
47 ; 1630, IV. 9 ; 1631, H. 453, IL 
358 ; 1632, IL 134, nL 17 ; 1633, 
IL443; 1635, L 459; 1638, L 283; 
1639, IL 56; 1640, I. 36; 164X, 
H. 645, II. 326 ; 1642, IL 606, 634, 
IV. 51; 1643, IL 149, 303, 306, 
666; 1644,111. 116; 1650,11.678, 
IL 413; 1653, H. 660; 1655, L 
212, III. 149; 1658, L 366; n,d,, 
IL 316.. Compare Blackamore, 

Blarlmore, SiiRichard. Prince Arthur, 
2nd Edit, 1695, ^* 5^* — Commen- 
datory Verses^ 1 700, IL 50. 

BUeknaith's Dream. Dennis Webster, 
1632. 

Blmekwall, Wm., Bookseller, 1588-9, 
IL 194 ; 1594, IL 351, H. 467 ; 
1595, H. 188; 1694, IL 481 ; 1596, 
H. 289 ; 1597, I. 40 ; 1600, H. 179, 
567; 1604, IL 243; 1606, IIL 30; 
1607, IL 488 ; 16 1 7-8, II. 571 ; 
«i.dL, H. 689. Compare BlahtcalL 

I'WSlH, Sad News from, 1641, H. 
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Blackwell, Geo., A large examination 
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Bla<dcwell, Hen. English Fencing 
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BlackweU, James, Bookseller, Barnard's 
Inn Gate, Holhom, 1694, III. 313. 

Blackwell, John. Essay towards carry- 
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Blackwood, Adam. Adversus G. Bu- 
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1694, III. 19. — Jacobi Mag. Brit. 
et Hib. Regis Inauguratio, 1606, IV. 
10. 

Bladen, Wm., Bookseller, 16 14, IL 606 ; 
1619, IL 695 ; 1622, 1. 446, IL 422 ; 
1624, m. 269; 1642, IL 318, IIL 

17- 
Bladen, Wm., Printer at Dublin, 1646, 

IIL 120 ; 1659, IIL 162 ; 1660, IV. 

126; 1661, II. 394; 1663, IL 394. 
Bladns Asulanus, Antonias, Printer, 

^^^ome, [1539], IL 482. 
Bladwel, Robert. Verses in Wm, Bag- 

welVs Wit's Extraction, 1 664. 
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IL 50. 
Blaen, W. J. Tutor to Astronomy and 

Geography, trans. J. M., 1654, IIL 

19.^ — The Sea Mirror, 1635, IV. 10. 
Blage, Thos. Schole of wise conceytes, 

[1569], H. 40; 1572, H. 40, L 39. 
Blageart, Mistress, Pnn^er,Pam, 1636, 

IV. 42. 
Blai^eart, M., Printer at Paris, 1653, 

IIL 95 ; 1655, IL 20. 
Blagge, Henry. CJias. Gibbon's Reme- 

die of Reason, 1590, ded. to. 
Blagg, W., and others. Trial for Trear 

son, 1683, n. 117. 
Blagrave, Geoige, Epitaph on, by T. 

Bancroft, 165-, H. 24- 
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1590, II. 673. — Mathematical Jewel, 

1585, IL 50. 
Blagrave, John. Evil Spirit cast out, 

1 69 1, III. 19. 
Blagrave, Obadiah, Bookseller, 1675, 

IL 38; 1677, IL 473, 507, 708; 

1678, L 331, 449, IL 472 ; 1681, H. 

335; 1682, H. 168, L 460; 1683, 

II. 374; 1684, IL 652; 1685, IL 

390; 1686, III. 154, A 262; 1687, 
, I. 90, IV. 174 ; 1688, A 266. 



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Blagiave, R, BaoJcsellei- at Oxford, 

1658, H. 183. 
Blague, Captain, Lord Russel, and 

others. History of the Whiggish 

Plot. John Turner f 1684. 
Blague, John, Bookseller, 1652, lY. 

266. 
Blalnthar, Wm., BookaeUer, 16 15, H. 

695- 
Blak, Robert. Latin translation of the 

Acts and Deeds of Sir Wm. Wal- 
lace, H. 640. 

Blai^t, Giles, Printer at Paris, 1643, 
IL 176. 

Blako, H., Bookseller, 1642, IL 714, 

IV. 57. 

Blake, Mary, wife of Nicholas. A 
String of Pearles, by Uios, Bridges, 

1657. 

Blake, Admiral, Encomiastick or Ele- 
giac Enumeration of the atchieve- 
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on the death of. G. Harrison, 1657, 
H. 256. — and Sir Geo. Ayscu^sYio- 
tory over the Dutch, 1652, H. 278. 
— Letter from the Fleets with par- 
ticulars of the Figlit with the Dutch, 
1652, H. 40. — Relation of the En- 
gagements of the Fleet of the Com- 
monwealth under, 1653, IL 137. — 
and Ambassador Alkaid Ben Abellns, 
Arrival and Entertainment, 1637, H. 
40, L 40. 

Blake, W. Silver Drops, [1680], IL 
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Blakeston, Ja& Dedication of De 
Mendo^a's Lazarillo, 1655. 

Blakewall, Wm., Bookseller, over against 
Guild Hall Gate, 1595, H. 41. 

Blanc, Claud de, Printer, Caen, 1660, 
H. 664. 

Blanchardine and Eglantin. [Caxton, 
1489], H. 40; i595» H. 41 ; 1597, 
I. 40. T. P. Goodtoine, 1597. 

Blandhe a Broome : Ballud, 1 580, IL 

33. 
Blancken, Gerrard. Cataloprue of 

Chiefest Barities in Public Theatre, 

&C., of Leyden, 1697, III. 19. 
Blanckes, E. Contributor to The Whole 

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IIL 206. 
Blancourt, H. de. Art of Glass, 1699, 

IIL 288. 



Bland, Edward and others. The Dis- 
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673- 
Bland, Peter. A Royal Position, 

1642, IV. 121. 

Bland, Sir Thoa. P. Massenger's Maid 
of Honour, 1632, ded, to. 

Bland, T., Bookseller, 1708, IV. 152. 

Bland, Toby. Bait for Momus, 1589, 
IL 51. 

Bland and Wellers, [1750], I. 148. 

Blande, John. Humble Kemonstrance 
on behalf of Virgiuia and Maryland, 
[1665], IIL 19. 

Blangdone^ Barbara, account of Tra- 
vels, Sufferings, &c of, 1691,11. 51. 

Blanket Fair on the Thames, True De- 
scription of, 1684, H 213. 

Blanket Fair, or the History of Temple 
Street, 1684, H. 213. 

Blare, Josiah, Bookseller on London 
Bridge, [1670], L 102 ; [1685], H. 
304; 1687, 111 231 ; 1689, H. 220, 
I. 12, 68; 1690, I. 103; 1691, H. 
685; 1694, H 685; 1696, H. i53;f».d, 

H. 12, no, 158, 192, 201, 207, 220y 

336, 424, 501, 522, 540, 541, 575, 

615,1,125,178,267,485,490,0.365, 

IIL 245, IV. 95, 168. 
Blaeeniaai, Introductio ad Latinam. 

J, Gibbon, 1682. 
Blasphemer Tried and Cast L. Mug- 

gleton, [1676], IL 407. 
Blasphemies and Heresies, Ordinance 

for punishing of, 1648, IL 457. 
Blast blown out of the North. B, R, 

1660, IV. 162. 
Blatant Beast Muzzl'd, 1 691, II. 118. 
Bkttkwayt, Hon. Wm. W. TfVs No- 
vum Lumen Chiruigicum Extinctum, 

1693, ded. to, 
Blatta Bizantina, Some observations 

upon, 1694, IIL 303. 
Blazton, John. English Usurer, 1634, 

IL 51. 
Blayney, Allan. Festorum Metropolis, 

1652, H. 41, 1. 40 ; 1654, H. 41, II 

51- 
Biasing Star or burning Beacon. Fr. 

Shakelton, 1580 — or, Nolls Nose. 

Colonel Baker, 1660. 

Blazon of Colours in Armoryes and 

Ensignes military. Rich, Robinson, 

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Blechin^y, Surrey, Discourso of 
Lightning, with hurning of the spire 
steeple at, 1607, H. 584. 

Bleediag Iphigenia. Nick, French, 
[1674]. 

Kli»inhaHi C. Translated Peter Martyr's 
Godly Prayers, 1569, IV. 65. 

Blener-Hassett) Thos. Directions of 
the Plantation in Ulster, 1610, H. 
41, I. 40. — Revelation of the True 
Minerva, 1582, H. 41. — Second part 
of the Mirrourfor Magistrates, 1578. 

Blenheim, Poem of the Victories of 
Schellcnbuigh and. J, OldmixoUj 
1704, 

Blessed are they y^ dye in the Lorde, 
1560^1, II. 29. 

Blened l»hn to search ond solve Sedi- 
tion. Thos, Churchyard, 1604. 

Blessedness of those who die in the 
Lord. Bobert Fleming, 1 702. 

BlessiacB of Eighty-Eight Thos. 
Lysler, 1698. 

Blewett, Sir Samuel. John QuickCs 
Serious Enquiry, 1702, ded, to. 

Bliss, Way to. E. Ashmdle, n.d. 

Bliss, Wm., alias Watts. Inhumon 
murder of W. Jolmson and R. Por- 
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two by, 1673, H. 391. 

Blitli, Walter. English Improver, 1649, 
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Bloehwieh, Martin. Anatomia 8am- 
buci, 1677, II. 51. 

Bids, *De. Portrait of Charles II., 
1677, IV. 12. 

Blomar, Sir Henry. Peter SmaUe's 
Man's May, 1615, ded. to. 

Blome, Jacob, Bookseller, i62i,H. 571; 
1633, IL 258; 1634, IL 13; J638, 
II. 278, 698; 1660, IL 262. 

Blome, Richard, Bookseller and Editor. 
Britannia, or Greographical Descrip- 
tion of England, Scotland, and Ire- 
land, 1673, IL 51. — of England and 
Wales, 1698, II. 51. — Description of 
the Island of Jamaica, 1672, L 476. 
— Heraldry, 1685, IL 51 ; 1693, IL 
52. — Present State of H. M-'s Isles 
and Territories in America, 1687, 
11. 52. — and Nich. Cox, Gentleman's 
Recreation, 1686, III. 49. — Books 



printed by. Green Pole, Neto Weld- 
Street, [1658], II. 190; 1660, IL 
592 ; 1679, IL 262 ; 1684, IV. 44 ; 
1691, L 366 ; 1694, IL 339. 
Blond, M[ana8ses], Bookseller, 157 1, L 

340- 

Blondean, Pierre, Humble Remon- 
strance of, 1653, III. 19. Answer 
of the Corporation of Moniers to the 
Mint to, 1653, II. 400. 

Blondel, David. Treatise of the Sibyls, 
1661, U. 52. 

Blondeville, Thos. See Blundeville. 

Blood, James, Remarks on the Life 
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Blood. Cry of. Sir Wm. Moore, 1629 ; 
John Jones, 165 1. — Cry and Revenge 
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Blood for Blood, or Muitier Revenged. 
T. M., 1 66 1. 

Bloody Actions Performed, 1653, H. 
480. — ^Almanac, 1650, IL 9. Joiin 
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By Christianus Londinatus, 1659, 
II. 122. — Banquet. T. D., 1630. — 
Battell, or the Rebels overthrow, 
1 64 1, IL 301. — Brother, F. Befiu- 
mont and J. Fletcher, 1639. — Court, 
1649, I. 103. — Game at Cards, 
1643], H. 89 — Husband and Cruel 
"eighbour, 1653, H. 317, 408, IV. 
56. — Innkeeper, or Sad and Barbar- 
ous News from Gloucestershire, 1 675, 
IIL 97.— New Year's Gift Bobert 
Heath, 1609, H. 260. — News from 
Angel Alley in Bishopsgate Street, 
1678, H. 347, 419. — News from the 
North, 1650-1, II. 423. — Tenent of 
Persecution. Roger Williams, 1644. 
— ^Tenent washed. John Cotton, 
1647. — treaty. The, 1645, I^* '^• 

Bloome, Jacob. See Blome. 

Bloomfleld's Blossoma Tlieatrum Che- 
micum Briiannicum, 1652, H. 5. 

Bloomsbury, The Night-Walker of, 
1683, H. 391. 

Blore, Ralph. See Blower. 

Blofiiiui, Lewia Seven Exercises or 
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Blount, Charles. Anima Mundi, 1679, 
IL673. — Miscellaneous Works, 1695, 
IL 52. — Translated Philostratus, 
1680, II. 474. 

Blount, Charles, Bookseller, 1678, II. 



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129; 1679, 11. 36; 1681, 1. 285; 
1684, n. 6. 

Blount, Edward. Dedication of Chr, 
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— Booksdler, 1598, I. 161 ; 1599, 
K. 559; 1600, H. 221, II. 138; 
1601, H. 100, 138; 1603, H. 138, 
247, 617, I. 116, 195, 293; 1604, 
I. 2, 240, 406, 11. 582, III. 48, 170, 
H. 578; 1605, I. 114; 1^06, H. 
65* I- 57» 59; 1607, H. 139, L 
135,11. 582; 1608, I. 381; 1609, 
IL 286; 1611, II. 223; 1612, H. 
80; 1613, H. 318, IL 401, 698; 
1614, H. 356, L 267 ; 1615, 1. 456 ; 
1616,1.99; 1617, H. Ill; 1618, L 
478, IL 259 ; 1620, IL 118; 1622, 
1. 312, IL 6 ; 1623, H. 547, L 327, 
IL 37 ; 1628, H. 175, IL 189, III. 
72; 1632, H. 361, L 270; «.rf., I. 
74, IIL 103. 

Blonnt, Sir Henry. Voyage into the 
levant, 1636, L 40 ; 2nd Edit., 1636, 

I. 40; 3rd Edit., 1638, IL 52; 4th 
Edit., 1650, IIL 19. — Kecommends 
W, Bamsey's Instrument for cleansing 
the Stomach, 1664. — W. Rameai/a 
Organon Sajutis, 1657, ded, to, 

Blonnt, Lady Mary. Father CrestifB 
XVI. Revelations of Divine Love, 
1670, ded, to. 

Blount, Thos. Academy of Eloquence, 
1654, IIL 19; 2nd Edit., 1656, IL 
673 ; 4th Edit., 1670, IL 673 ; 5th 
Edit, 1683, IL 52. — Animadversions 
upon SirR, Baker^s Chronicle, 1672, 

II. 52. — Boscobel, 3rd Edit, 1680, 
IL 52. — Fragmenta Antiquitatis, 
1679, ^' 4^- — Glossographia, 1656, 
IL 52 ; 2nd Edit, i66i, 11. 52 ; 5th 
Edit, 1681, II. 52. — World of Errors 
discovered in a new world of Words, 
1673, II. 52. — ^Translated Estiennes^ 
Art of Making Devises, 1646. 

Blonnt, Sir Thos. Pope. Censura Cele- 
briorum Authorum, 1690, IIL 19. — 
De Re Poetica, 1694, I. 41. — Essays 
on Several Subjects, 1697, IIL 20. — 
Natural History, 1693, II. 53. 

Blow, James, PnrUer^ Belfast^ 1728, 
IL 630. 

Blow, Dr. John. Amphion Anglicus, 
1700, 1. 41. — Music to DryderCa Ode 
on the Death of Henry Purcellj x6^. 



— Second Musical Entertainment, 
1685, I. 41. — Coniributor to The 
Jovial Companions, or Merry Club, 
IL 138. Joyful Cuckoldom : Songs 
with Music, 167 1, IL 152. — and 
Henry PurcelL Two Elegies upon 
the loss of Q. Mary, with Music, 
1695, IL 387. 

Blower, Ralph, Bookseller, Fleet Street, 

- nr. Middle Temple Gate, 1595, IIL 
94; i596,H.9,L 129,1V. 162; 1597, 
H. 153; 1600, H. 201; i6qi, III. 
94; 1605, II. 20, 602; 1606, IL 
200; 1607, H. 21, .III. 11; 1612, 
H. 371, L 96, IL 196, 532, 555; 
1613, H. 47, 204, 331; 1615, IL 
387; 1617, L 138, IL 123, 519; 
n.d., H. 646, IL 316, 423. 

Blndworih, John, and others. James 
Coles* Of Death, 1629, ded, to. 

Blum, Michael, Printer, Leipzig, 1534, 
IV. 22. 

Blnnden, Humphrey, Bookseller, 1635, 
H. 39; 1^37, H. 146, 309; 1638, 
H. 613, L 57, II. 6; 1639, I. 118; 

1640, H. 265, 627, 661, L 460; 

1641, H, 302, 507, 627, 662, I. 460 ; 

1642, IL 168, 303, 489, 665, 666, 
III. 186, 274; 1647, H. 257; 1648, 
II. 241, H. 36; 1650, H. 626, I. 
436; 1652, IL 351. 

Blnndeville, Thos. Art of Logick, 
1599, IL 53; 1617, n. 54.— Brief 
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Cards, 1589, II. 53. — Four chief est 
offices belonging to Horsemanship, 
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11. 279. — Fruytes of Foes, 1561, 
H. 15. — His Exercises, 1594, IL 53 ; 
2nd Edit, 1597, II. 53 ; 4th Etlit., 
16 1 3, L 41 ; 6th Edit., 1622, L 41 ; 
7th Edit., 1636, IL 53. — Learned 
Prince, 1561, IL 53. — New Book 
containing the Art of Riding, IL 53. 
— ^Very brief and profitable treatise 
declaring how many counsells, &c. a 
Prince ought to have, [1570], IL 53. 
— Three Moral Treatises, Seres, n,d,, 
H. 41; 1580, H. 41. — True order 
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Blnnt) Sir Charles, Lord Mountjoy. 
I'hos. Sasiard's Chrestoleros, 1598. 
Sam. DanieVs Poetical Essays, 1599. 



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Blantr Edward, 1598, H. 373; 1604, 
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Blurt, Master Ck)nstable. Thoa, Middle- 
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Boadicea, Queen of Britain: Tragedy 
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Boanerges and Barnabas. F, Quarles, 
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Boate, Arnold. Letter, L 42. 

Boate, Gerard. Ireland's Natural His- 
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Bobard, Mr. Jacob, Yewman of the 
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Bobee, The Great, H. 41. 

BocaHnl, Tnyana I Ragguagli di 
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Boocaocio, G. Amorous Fiammetta, 
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41, IL 54, IIL 20; 1702, IL 54.— 
Fidl of Princes, 1494, H. 41, II. 674 ; 
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Boccas and Sydrache, History oL H, 
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Bocchns, King. Boke of Demaundes, 
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BockhoTins, Thos., Printer, Gouda, 
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Boddeley, Eichard, Bookseller, within 
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Boddington, George, Bookseller, Croicn, 
in Chancei'y Lane, 1 6 48, 1. 3 2 ; 1 65 1 , 
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Boddington, Nicholas, Bookseller, Gol- 
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1688, H. 556; 1690, IL 390; 1693, 
IL529; 1698,1V. 95; 1700, L 344, 
IL 326; 1 701, IL 70; 1704, IIL 
87; i707» I- 386; 1712, L 386; 
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Bodenam, John. See Bodnam, 

Bodenham, Anne, Doctor Lamb Be- 
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1653, H. 663, L 45. 

Bodenham, John. Belvedere, 1600, 
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Garden of the Muses, 16 10, H. 43. 
— Politeuphuia, 1597, IIL 20; other 
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Bodies, Select Obseryations on English. 
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Bodies, The Nature of. Sir Kenehn 
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Bodin, J. Of a Commonwealth, 1606, 
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Bodley, Sir Thos. Bod leiomnema, 1613, 
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Bodleiaji Library. Catalo^us Impres- 
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Bogaxd, John, Printer^ Louvatn, 1566, 
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Bogard, Martin, Printer^ Douay, 1635, 
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Bogard, Peter, Printer, Dottay, 1628, 1. 

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Bohemia. Answer to the Question, 

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Bold, Capt. Wm., Editor of Hen. Bold's 
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Boldero, Arthur, Bookseller^ Mitre^ in 
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Boler, Anne, Bookseller, 1636, H. 22, 
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Boler, James, Bookseller, 1626, IIL 
212; 1627,11.622,111.214; 1627, 
L 150; 1628, III. 155; 1629, H. 
598, L 485 ; 1630, H. 360, 594, 596, 
L 268, IL 4, 593, IIL 294; 1631, 
IL 297, IIL 149 ; 1632, H. 507, L 
68, 161, IL 702, IIL 197; 1633, I. 
268, II. 40; 1634, III. 169; 1640, 
H. 447; 1649, IL 136. 

Boleyn, Anne. Wm. MarsliaWs Sub- 
vention of poor people, ded. to. 

BoUes, Sir George. J. Stoioe's Abridge- 
ment of English Chronicles, 16 18, 
and Survey of London, 161 8, ded. to. 

Belles, Sir Joh^. Chr. Simpsons 
Di vision- Violist, 1659, ded. to. 

BoUes, Sir Robert, and Lady. TIwh. 
Mardey^s Lives of Henry, Duke of 
Gloucester, and Mary, Princess of 
Orange, 1661, ded. to. 

BoUifiuit, Edmund, Printer, 1585, H. 
4, 79, I. 4, 440 ; 1586, H. 482, 660 ; 
1587, H. 33, IL 651, IIL 140; 1588, 
H. 39S; 1590* II- 716; 1593, IL 



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663; 1595, 11. 180; 1596, H. 172, 
564, IL 186, 331; 1597, 11. 245, 
426; 1598, H. 399, L 294, 416; 
1599, H. 109, 570, I. 317; 1600, 
H. 221, 576, IL 79; 1601, IL 602; 
1602, H. 643. 

Bolnest, Edward. Aurora Chymica^ 
1672, III. 21. 

Bologna printed, 1633, H. 381 ; 1647, 
IL 49; 1661, IL 256; i68i, IV. 
88; 1686, IV. 180. 

Bologna^ Letter from a Baker of, to the 
Pope, 1607, II. 54. 

Bolomyer, Hen. I^f e of Prince Charles 
Staart. Trans. W. Caxton, 1485, H. 
44, IL 91. 

Bolsec, Jerome. De Joannis Calviui 
Vita, 1580, I. 476. 

Bolton, Dr., The Saint's Transfigura- 
tion : Sermon on the Death of. IS, 
Calamy, 1655. — Several Speeches of 
Dnke Hamilton and others, with 
Exhortations, &g. by, IL 136. 

Bolton, Duchess of. John Oldmixoris 
Govemop of Cyprus, 1703, ded, 
to. 

Bolton, Edmund. Eleraentsof Armories, 
1 6 1 o, H. 44. — Hypercritica, 1722,1. 
43. — Nero Cnsar, 1624, II. 674. — 
Translator of Fl&nu^ Koman History, 
1 61 8. — ^Verses in Drayton* s Moiii- 
meriados, 1596; T. Andrewe^s Un- 
masking of a Feminine Machiayell, 
1604 ; England's Helicon, 1600. 

Bolton, Mr., and Mr. Perkins. Opinion 
on Cock-fighting. K Ellis, 1660. 

Bolton, Sir Bichard, Capt, Audley 
Merrnn*s Speech at the Impeachment 
of, 1641, IL 394. 

Bolton,Robert Certain Devout Prayers, 
1638, IIL 21. 

Bolton the Cutpurse. A Spectacle for 
Peijurers. Wm, FtUwood, 1589. 

Bolton-le-Moors, How the Earl of 
Darfaie's force made an onset on the 
Town 0^ 1643, IT. 706. — Exact rela- 
tion of the Massacre at, 1644, IL 
706. — True Relation of the Strange 
Apparition seen in the Air in and 
about, 1650, L 43. 

Bombinna, Paulus. Vita et Martyrium 
£dm. Campiani, 16 18, IL 674. 

Bona, Jobs. Manuductio ad Coelum, 
i68j, L 43. 



Bonarelli, Guido de. Filli di Sciro, 
1655, H. 44, IL 161. 

Bonaventura. Vita Christi. Pynson, 
n.ei, IIL 21 ; 1530, IL 674. — Life, 
1635,1V. II. 

Bond, Dr. Muses Oxonienses, 1592, 
ded. to. 

Bond, Henry, Senr. Art of apparelling 
and fitting of any Ship, 1663, IIL 21. 

Bond, John. Persii Satyrss Sex, cum 
comment., 16 14, L 328. 

Bond, John. Downfal of Old Gommon- 
Counsel-Men, 1 64 1, 11. 35. Answer, 
1642, IL 35. — England's rejoycing 
for the ParUament's Return, 1641, H. 
45. — King Charles, his welcome home, 
1641, H. 45, II. 55. — Parliament's 
and London's Preparation for His 
Majesty's return, 1641, II. 45. — 
Recantation, 1642, H. 45. — The 
Poet's Knavery discovered, 1642, H. 
45, IIL 10. 

Bond, W., Bookseller, 1641, IV. 10. 

Sonde, Cimelgus. Scutum Regale, 1 660, 

n. 55- 

Bonde, George. Wm. AvereWs Marvel- 
lous Combat of Contrarieties, 1588, 
ded. to. 

Bonde, W. Pilgrimage of Perfection, 
1526, ni. 21. 

Bond-Man, The. T. Massinger, 1624. 

Bondodc, Richard. New Ballad of a 
Desperate Murder, 1589, IL 55. 

Boner, Edmund, Epitaph on. T. Broke, 
[1570]. — ^Preface to Stephen Oar- 
din^ a De Vera Obedientia, 1536, 
IL 242. See Bonner. 

Bonham, ThosL Epilogue in E. Top- 
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Bonham, Wm., Bed Lyon, Paul's 
Churchyard, n.d., H. 97. 

Boni Ominis Votum. G. Wither, 
1656. 

Bonian, Richard, BooksdUr, 1608, I. 
881, IL 173; 1609, H. 82, 551, 
697, IIL 93; 1610, H. 523; 161 1, 
H. 327 ; n.d., H. 203, 392, I. 289. 

Bonifante, Radulph, Printer at Basle, 
1542, IL 49. 

Bonn Printers, Nic. Trebaldinus, 
1622-3. Jo. Bapt. Bellag, 1608. 

Bonneie, John. H. M's Letter to the 
Earl of Southampton, 1622, IL 309. 

Bonner, Edmund. Commemoration of 

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Diigo of Bastard, 1569, £L 45. — 
Commjssion sent to the bloody 
butcher, &&, H. 45 ; 1569, H. 687. 
— ^Epitaph. T. KneU^ 1569. — Recan- 
tation of famous Pasquin of Rome, 
1570, H, 45. 

Bonny, W., Pnnter of Bristol^ 1695, 
L 69; 1701,11.469; 1703, II. 716; 
1706,1 32. 

Bononia Gallo-Mastrix. J. Leland, 

1545- 
Bonwick, Henry, Bookseller, Bed Lion^ 

PaiiTs Churchyard, 1682, IIL 17; 

1686, L 14; 1687, II. 233; 1689, 

rV. 115; 1690, L 488; 1693, IV. 

179; 1694, I. 469; 1695, li- 384. 

IIL 132 ; 1697, IIL 133; 1698, L 

310. 

Bonyrett, Mary, News from France, or 
declaration of, 16 16, IL 232. 

Book for Boys and Girls. John Banyan, 
1 701. 

Book of four things, translated out of 
latin, 1588, IL 56. 

Book of Knowledge. Wyer, n,d., ILL 
21. 

Book of Nurture for Men Servants and 
Children. Henry Rliodes, [1546]. 

Book of Wisdom, 1532, 1. 43, H. 45. 

Book-BindezB. To all Booksellers, 
Printers, and Freemen of the Com- 
pany of Stationers, 13 June 1645, 
IL 499 ; 21 June 1645, ^ 499- — 
Complaint of the Company of Gold- 
beaters, [1621], £L 45. 

Book-binding. Note of Prices, 1619, 
H. 45 ; 1646, L 44. 

Booker, John. Bloody Almanack, 1643, 
H. 45 ; 1647, III. 21. — Dutch For- 
tune Teller, 1677, H. 45; [1700], L 
44. — ^Fortune TeUer, 1639-40. IL 56. 
— Mercurius Coalicus, 1644, IIL 21. 
— No Mercurius Aquaticus, 1 664, H. 
45, IL 56. — Verses in John Hey- 
don's Theomagia, 1 664. — John Taylor 
being yet unhanged sends greeting 
to, 1644. 

Bookkeeping. J. Carpenter, 1632. 
JamesPeele,!^^^. JohnWeddingtan, 
1567. 

Books, First Catalogue of English 
printed. And, MaunseU, 1595, 
Part 2, 1595. — Catalogue of the 
most vendible. Wm. Lwidon, 1657. 



— Catalogue of, printed in England, 
1666-1672-4. Bob. Clavdl, IIL 
44; 1666-1680, IL 128; 1666- 
169s, IL 129. — Notes of, in the 
King's Printing House, 1620, H. 45. 
— Ordinances decreed for reformation 
of divers disorders in printing, 1566, 
II. 56. — Proclamation against sedi- 
tious and Scismatical, [i583],IL 193. 
against divers books, 1796, H. 45. 
of Queen Mary concerning, 1558, 
IL 386. to inhibit the sale of latin, 
1625, IV. II. 

Booksellera, Printers, and Book-binders, 
Freemen of the Stationers Company, 
To all, 13 June 1645, IL 499; 21 
June 1645, ^^ 499* 

BookseUers' Apprentices in Paul's 
Churchyard, 1650, H. 11. 

BodkBellera Trading beyond the Sea, 
Case of, H. 615. 

Boon Companion, The, 1696, IL 587. 

Boorman, Nicholas. Epitaph on the 
death of Sir Wm. Ganat, 1571, H. 
45, L 45. Bp. Jewell, 1571, H. 46. 
Lady Mary Bamsay, 1602, H. 46. — 
A Friendly well wishing, 15 80-1, H. 
46. 

Boot, Spur, Pumps, and Slippers, Dia- 
logue between, 1638-9, IL 174. 

Booth, Sir George. Letter in defence 
of his Countries Liberties, 1659, I. 
44. — Proclamation declaring him a 
Traitor, 1659, IIL 187. 

Bootli, Hon. Hen. Speech, 1681, IV. 
121. 

Booth, Mrs. Katharine. /. Gdhome^s 
Friendly Apology, 1674, ded, to. 

Booth, Mr., of St, Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
and others. Heads of Petition against, 
1641, IIL 35. 

Booth, Robert Trandaiion o/Relation 
of all Matters Passed, &c., 1614, IL 
516. 

Booth, Bobert Encomium Herouni, 
1620, II. 56. — Phioravaniis Chirur- 
gery, 1626. 

Bootl^ Capt W., Humble Petition 
of. Declaration of the Lords and 
Commons concerning, 1642, IL 
711. 

Booth, Wm. Relation of all Matters 
Passed, &c, trans. Rob. Booth, 161 4^ 
ded, to. 



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Boothby, Frdiices. Maroelia, 1670, L 

44. 
Boothby, Bichard. Brief Discovery of 

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Boothhonfle, Saml. Remonstrance of 

several National Injuries, 1653, I. 

44. 
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IV. 34. 
Borde, Andrew. Book for to tell a 

man to be wise, I. 273, [c. 1540], IL 
56. — Book of Beards, H. 33, I. 43. 
— Breviary of Health, 1547, H. 46; 
i5S2.H.46,L44; 1557,^46; 1575, 
H.46; 1587,11.57; 1598, H. 46.— 
Calendar, [1537], H. 46. — Conipen- 
dyousRegymentoraDyetary of Helth. 
Wyer, ».d., 11-57. Wyer, for Gough, 
n.d,f H. 46, IL 56; 1562, H. 46,11. 
57 ; i5^7> H' 46. — ^Introduction to 
Knowledge. Copland, n.c/., I. 44. — 
Letters, H. 47. — Merry Tales of the 
Mad Men of Gotam. Col well, n.d,, 
H. 47, I. 44 ; Wykes, n.cLf H. 47 ; 
1613, H. 47; 1617,11. 57; 1625-6; 
IL 57; 1630, H 47; 1650, H. 47 ; 
J. R. for Coniers, n.e2., H. 47 ; Clarke, 
&C., n.cLj I. 477 ; Second Part, 1637, 
IL 57. — My Iner of Abingdon. W. de 
Worde, n.d, H. 46, L 44; Johnes, 
n.rf., H. 47. — Principles of Astro- 
nomy. Copland, n.d., H. 46. — Prog- 
nostication, [1540], H. 46; 1545, L 
44, IL 56. — ^Scoggins' Jests, 1565-6, 
H. 47 ; 1613, H. 47 ; 1626, H. 47 ; 
(Abridged) Thackeray, n.el, H. 47. 

BosdeloiB, S. de M. K. Gerileon of 
England, 1583, H. 47 ; Part 2, trans, 
A. Munday, 1592, H. 47, I. 45 ; 
Parts 2, 3, and 4, 1592, H. 47. 

Borttham, W., Booksdlery Angd^ Pater- 
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Bareman, R. Mirror of Christianity, 
1669, II. 57. — Mirror of Mercy and 
Jadgement, or Life and Death of Sir 
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Boreman, Thoa. Loves True Oracles, 
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Boreman, T., BoolcseUer^ Ooek^ Ludgate 

I^^h i735» I- 247. 418. 

George, True discourse concern- 
ing the damnable Life and Death of 
Stubbe Peeler, brought over into 
£ogiand by, 1590, H. 226. 



Borfet, AbieL Postliminia Caroli IL^ 
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Borlase, E. History of the execrable 
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Borosky, Geo., Last Confession o£ 
Gilbert Burnet and A, Homeck, 1682. 

Borongh, Master Walter. The Second 
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i595» «^- ^0, 

BoTTi, Christof oro. Cochin-China, 1 63 3, 
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Borrow, Lord, Oovenwr of tlie Brill 
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Borrowea. Mentioned in Th, Church- 
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1578. 
Boscard, Chas., Printer at Douay, 1598 

and 1606, II. 642 ; at St, Oinersy 

1614, H. 225; 1615, 1. 135. 
BoBcawen, Lady Anne. T, D.'s Re- 

form'd Devotions, 1687, ded, to. 
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1680. 
Bosae, Mr., Wm, Faithorru^s Art of 

Graveing, after the manner of Callot 

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BoBse of Byllyngesgate, Treatise of this 

Galaunt, with the Maryage of the, 

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1572, IL 57 ; 1597, IL 57. 
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Bostock, Robert, Bookseller in Patdes 

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L 47; 1631, IL 54; 1635, H. 52; 

1639, IL 347; 1640, IIL 141 ; 164I1 

II. 124, IV. 125; 1642, IL 99; 1643, 

IV. 83 ; 1644, IL 125, 540, III. 41, 

I t6, IV. 74; 1645, IL loi, 142, 418 ; 

1646, IL 540, IIL 223; 1647, III. 

37, IV. 76, 106; 1648, III. 128, 

185; 1649, IL 245; 1658, IL 559; 

n.d,y n. 396, IIL 206. 
Boston, Lines,, Letter of Indulgence 



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to the Parish Church of, [1497],. H. 
335. — Ballad of two murders com- 
mitted in, 1589, II. 351. 

BoBton, New England, FrinUrs. John 
Foster, 1677-8. B. Green, 1720-6. 
B. Green and J. Allen, 1696- 1702. 

Boston, New England, Booksellers. 
Edes and Gill, 1762. R Eliot, 
1702-26. John Usher, 1672-5. R 
Wilkins, 1696. 

.BoBYile^ A., Bookseller ' ai The Diai^ 
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BosTile, Ralfe. Thos. Morley*s First 
Booke of Ayres, 1600, ded. to. 

.Boswell, Sir Wm. Letter in the Pro- 
phecy of Bp, Usher, 1687, L 434. 

BoiBWorth, Wm. Chast and Lost Lives, 
165 1, H. 48. 

Bosworth Field, Sir John Beaumont, 
1629. 

3otanicna Mercurius. Thos. Johnson, 

1634. 

Botanicnm, Theatrum. John Parkin- 
son, 1640. 

Botext), Giovanni Brief Description 
of the Whole World, 1599, II, 57 ; 
1605, I. 45 ; 1620, I. 45. — Histori- 
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kingdoms, 1603, II. 58. — Magnifi- 
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I. 45. — Relations of the most famous 
Kingdoms, &c., 161 6, II. 58 ; 1630, 

I- 45- 

Botham, W., Printer, 1709, III. 287. 

BothweU, Earl of, Proclamation for the 
apprehension of, 1567, H. 537. 

Botiiwell Bridge, An exact relation of 
the d^eat of the Rehels at, 1679, ^^ 
224. 

BothweU Lines. [Wm. Wilson, 1700], 

II- 545- 

Bottle, Deligl)ite of the, 1. 85. — Edxoard 

Ward, 1720. 
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H. 171. 
Bottom the Weaver, Merry Conceited 

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1661. 
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I5i7» IV'. 54- 
Boucher, Denis, and others. Voluntary 

Confessions and liecantations, 1604, 

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Bonehers, Proclamation concerning, II. 

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Bemers, 
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1634. 
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1630, II. 391. 
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Boulter, Robert, Bookseller, Turk's 

Head, Bishopsgate Street, 1667, H. 

396 ; 1668, IV. 180 ; 1669, H. 59 ; 

1673, II- 171 ; 1674, L 158 ; 1675, 

IL 374; 1678, IL 524; 1679, JI- 

188, 506, 672; 1681, L 281; 1683, 

IL 392. 
Boulton, Robert, Bookseller, Chane^^rt/ 

Lane, 1604, I. 458 ; 1606, H. 502 ; 

1610, IIL 127 ; n.d., H. 658. 
Boulton, S. Medicina Magica, 1656, 

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1597. 
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F. Badier, 1602. P. de la Courin, 

1623. 8. Melanges, 1589. 
Boniden, W., Bookudler^ 1657, H. 592. 
BoQZgoiB^ Jean le, Printer^ Boueny 1488, 

IV. 4. 
Bonrke, Thos., Frirder at Waterford, 

1644, III. 119, 248 ;- 1645, ILL 
119. 

Bonniiaiit Nicholas. Ballad: AFriendly 
well wishing, d^c, 1 580-1, II. 58. 

Bovmiaii, Nidiolas, Printer ^ 1539, IV. 
51,97; 1541,17; fi.df.,H. 158, 175, 
186, IL 692, A. 269. 

Banm, J., Bookseller^ Sotdh Entrance 
0/ Bayal JSxdiange, 1662, IIL 55. 

Bomn, Reuben. Verses in Wm, Hodg- 
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Bourne, Abell, Ant. Munday'a View of 
Sundry Examples, 1580, containing 
Murder of. 

Bouzna, Edward. Warning from the 
Lord God out of Sion, 1660, II. 58. 

Bomne^ Nicholas, BookaeUeVy S&uth 
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528; 1617, H. 674, L 115; 1620, 
U. 632,1. 439; 1621,111227; 1622, 
H. 292, IL 190^ 247, 418, III. 95, 
119, 172, 174, 175, 184; 1623,1. 
172,238,11.167,111127; i624,IL 
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588; 1627,11650; 1628, L 133, 
398, IIL 117 ; 1629, L 383, II. 92, 
266, 596, IIL 53, 302 ; 1630, L 471, 
IL 47, IIL 35 ; 1633, L 409, IL 262 ; 
1634, IL 186, 278, 418; 1635, I- 
133; i638,L4i3; i639,H.S40,lL 
5, 659, IIL 3, 227 ; 1641, L 392, 
IIL 234, IV. 89, 145 ; 1642, III. %6 ; 

1645, IL 215 ; 1653, I. 228, IV. 
155; 1656, IL 267; 1657, IL 224. 

Bmsafl^ Kobert, Bookseller, 1591, IL 
>35» i74»264; 1592,^416; 1593, 
IL 667, L 420. 

BoiuiM, William. A Regiment for the 
fcJca, 1584, IV. II. — Art of Shooting, 
1587, L 45 ; '643» II- 58.— Inven- 
tions and Devises, 1578, IL 58. — 
Treasure for Travellers, 1578, IL 58. 

Boatignj, V. de. Tarais and Zelie, 
1685, H. 48. 

Bovttota^ Gasper. Plates in M, Ale- 
man's Guunan d'Alfarache, 1708. 

S<KEfev«Il, Stephen. See BouMl, 



Bosvet, J. Present Condition of the 
Muscovite Empire, 1699, IIL 280. 

Bouveti, Andrew, Printer of Louvain^ 
1667, L ri. 

Boret, Richard. Pandnmonium, 1694, 
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Bowden, Mr., Sonnet to. E. Askmole, 
1648. 

Bowden, Wm., Bookseller, 1641, 1. 289. 

Bowen, John, Bookseller, 1590, U. 229. 

Bowen, J., Bookseller, 1681, II. 134. 

Bower, Edward. Doctor Lamb Revived, 
1653, H. 663, L 45. 

Bowerman, George. The Mercury Gal- 
lant, 1673, decL to, II. 393. 

BowezB, Sarah. Wonder of Wonders, 
or the Maid of Wapping revived, &c., 
1694, L 264. 

Bowea, Sir Hierom. Translator of 
Apology or Defence for the Chris- 
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HoUybantVs Arnault and Lucenda, 

Bowes, Sir Jerome, Murder in the house 

of, 1606, H. 48 ; 1607, H. 408, 687. 
Bowes, Sir Martin, Epitaph of, 1566, 

IL 58. — Eibaulfs Discovery of Terra 

Florida, 1563, ded. to, 
Bowee, Paul, S, D*Ewes' Journals of all 

Parliaments, revised by, 1682, III. 

189. 
Bowee, Ralph, A Dozain Mark, A 

Sizain Mark, &c., licensed to, 1 590-1, 

n. 382. 

Bowes, Ralph, and Thos. Bedingfield. 
Patent to import Playing Cards, 1571, 
H. 74. 

Bowes, Thos. TTansi&ied Primaudayes 
French Academy, 1586. 

Bowes, Sir Wm. Wm. Perking Re- 
formed Catholike, 1598, ded. to. 

Bowge of Court. John SkettoUy n.d. 

Bowie, J. Edited /. SkeUon's Works, 

1736. 
Bowler, Anne. See Boler. 

Bowler, James. See Boler. 

Bowles, Hon. George, Lord Mayor of 
London, Triumphs of Honour and 
Industry. Thos. Middleton, 161 7. 

Bowles, John, & Son, Booksellers, Black- 
horse, GomhiU, n,d,, IL 38. 

Bowles, Thos., BoolcseUer, PauPs Church- 
yard, 1720, IL 555 ; nd., IL 29, 38- 

Bowman, Fr., Bookseller, Oxford, 1636, 



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II. 223 ; 1638, H. 497, 1. 30; 1639, 
H. 24, III. loi ; 1640, 1. 351 ; 1660, 
IL 662 ; 1668, L 351, IV. 162. 

Bowman, Henry. Songs, 1678, I. 46. 
Bowman, Thomas, Booksdler, Oxford, 

1664, ^ 351; 1667, L 438; 1671, 

IV. 121 j 1673, ^ 279; 1678,1.46. 
Bowman's Glory. Wnu Wood, 1682. 
Bownd, Jeffrey, and others, Discourse 

of the Practises of. Cr. Dugdcde, 

1604. 
Bowrey, T. English and Malayo Dic- 
tionary, 1 701, IV. II. 
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Stubhes* Two wonderful and rare 

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Bowyer, Edmond. Martin*s Mar-Sixtus, 

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Boyle, Hon. Charles. Dr. Bentley^n 
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Boyle, Sir Richard. Hen, CockeravCs 
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Atuten^s Obserrations on Bacon's 
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Philosophical Epitaph, 1675. OrotiuB^ 
Aignments for the Truth of the 
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MaekenMs Reason, 1690. Psalms, 
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IL 675, IIL 22; Part L, 1655, IIL 
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. K 427 ; Part ILL, 1655, IIL 23, H. 
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II- 435- 

Boyle, Sophronia. Roh, Boyh^s Occa- 
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Boys, John. Translated VirgiVs iEneas 
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Boys, Myghell, Printer at Geneva, 1 545, 
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Boysoos, Ferdinand, Baron of. True 
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BoyBe^ J. Life and Death of Edward 
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Br., Ab. Translator of if. Bandellos 
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BrabBiit^ Duke of, Declaration, 1607, 

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BrabBat^ Sir Henry. George SttiarVe 
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BracdoUni, Francesco. Alceste and 
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Brachelini, A. Historiarum aoetri 
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Bradhary, Thos. Edited Cotton Ma- 
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Braddyll, Thomas, Printer, 1683, IL 
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Bradford, John, Complaynt of Veritie 
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Bradford, J., Printer, 1697, III. 218. 

Bradford, John, Printer, New York, 
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Bradforton, and Upton Snodsbury, 
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Bradley, Arthur of, called King Arthur 
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Bradley, Daniel, Bookseller, 1649, II. 

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Bradshaw, Captain, Another Bloody 
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Bradshaw, Ellis. Ebbing and Flowing 
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Bradshaw, Henry. Holy Life and 
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Bradflhaw, Henry. Account of *' Pas- 
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Brad8haw,-John. Arraignment of the 
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Bradflhaw, Nicholas. Cantieum »Evan- 
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Bradshaw, Richard. Translator of 
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Bradshaw, Thos. l?he Shepherds 
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Bnidy, N. The Bape, 1692, IL 59. 

Brady, Nicholas. Church Music Vin- 
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Braggadoda Soldier and the Civil 
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Braham, Robert Edited G. de Co- 
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Braidshaigh. See Bradsfiaiffli. 

Brainbreaker's breaker. Tlios, Gran- 
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Brainceford, His Majesties Declaration 
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Brarnan, Major. Letter to Lt-Coi 
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BraoJiall, Archbishop. Life by C. 
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Brampton, Graudy. The Famous His- 
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Bnadt^ Sebastian. Shyp of Folys, 
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Bmidjr, Satyr against Jo. Hain^, 

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Bxanfioird, Earl of, and others, Prince 

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Braata^ Mrs., !^egy on. Edward May, 

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BnuiWdce, Thos. Thcs.2.ovel'8 Custom 
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BnM0, John, Jane, and £Iiz., The most 
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Braase, Sam. Ship of Arms, 1653, H. 
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Niobe, 1635, H. 52. — Epitome of 
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Thoe. Nabbed Unfoi-tunate Mother, 

1640, ded. to. 
Bmthwaite, Robert Verses in John 

Taylor's Nipping or Snipping of 

Abuses, 1 6 14. 
Brathwaite, Thos. BicJu BraihwaMa 

Golden Fleece, 161 1, ded, to. 
Brathwasrt, Master. Translated Five 

Books of BoethiiiSf Of Philosophy, 

1631. 
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Bravo, Christopher, of Cordova, Answer 

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Bmy, Dr. Acts of his Visitation at 

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Bray, Capt. Wm. Flea for the Peoples 
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Bray, Wm., Bookseller, [1720I L 18. 

Braythwait, Wm. Siren Coelestis cen- 
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Braaen Age. Thos. Heywood, 161 3. 

Brasen Head, To the, [1690], II. 647. 

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Bread, Aasize ot See Assize. 

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Breath of Life, The, n.d., IL 35. 

Brecknock, Declaration of the Gentle- 
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23- 
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Breds, The Book of, 1622, IL 56. 

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Breeches, Pleasant ballad of a combat 
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Brereton, Henry. News of the present 
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Brereton, John. Discovery of the 
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Brereton, Sir Wm., Advice and Direc- 
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Brereton, Hon. Wm. N. Ingelo's 
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Brerewood, Edward. De Ponderibur- 
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Breity News from, i594> H. 423. — 
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Brethxen in Iniquity, 1660, UL 23. 

Bretnor, Thos. New Almanack and 
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Breton, Sir Henry. Mentioned in Trea- 
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Breton, John. Verses in Lachrym® 
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The Whipping of the Satire, 1601, 
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59, L 50 ; 1639, H 59 ; 1670, H. 
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Brondey, Sir Edward, Trials before, 

1613, R 325; 1619, H. 527.— i4w<. 

Mundaifs Discourse of Edmund 

Campion and others, 1582, ded, to, 
Bromley, Sir Henry. Richard Perci- 

vaTs Spanish Dictionary, 1623, ded. 

to, 
Bromley, Jane Gerard, Baroness of. 

S. Gilbert^s Fons Sanitatis, 1676. 
Bromley, Sir Thos. Batman's Doome, 

1 58 1. Churchyard's Choice, 1580. 

ShaJcdton's Blazing Star, 1580. G. 

Wlietstone^s Sir Jas. Dier, 1582, 

ded. to. — ^Encomion on, in IsocraieSy 

Perfite Looking Glass, 1580. 
Bromley, SirWm. Abraham Wrighfs 

Kovissima Staffordii, 1661. Jas. 

Wrighfs Sales Epigrammatum, 1663, 

ded. to. 
Brompton, John. In HistorisB Angli- 

canflB Scriptores X., 1652, IV. 36. 
Bromwich, Wm., Bookseller, Three 

Bibles, Ludgate, 1679, A. 268. 
B[rook], Sir B[asil]. Translator of En- 

tertainments for Lent, 1661, II. 341. 
Brook, Humphry. Wm. BagwelTs Wits 

Extraction, 1664, ded. to. 
Brookbaok, Joseph. The Well-tuned 

Oi^an, 1660, IL 63. 



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BrookA, Christopher. Eclogue, 1614, 
H 62, L 54. — Funeral Poem, 1625, 
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H. 63, I. 55. — Epithalamium in 
BodenhanCa England's Helicon, 1614, 
H. 43. — Verses in Academise Oxoni- 
ensis Pietas, &&, 161 3, H. 296. Wm. 
Browne* 8 Britannia's Pastorals, 16 14. 
M, DraytofCs Legend of the Great 
Cromwell, 1607. Hen, Lichfidd^a 
Madrigals, 1614. O, Wither' 8 Shep- 
herd's Pipe, 1 61 4. — and Wfiu Broume, 
Two Elegies on Henry, Prince of 
Wales, 1613, H. 264, L 208, II. 701, 

Brooke, Earl, Death of, 1599, H. 182. 

Brooke, Fulke Grevill, Lord Con- 
tributor to England's Helicon, 1600, 
IL 63. — Five Years of King James, 
1643, ^ ^3' — I^^^® ®^ Sir P. Sidney, 
1652, I. 477. — Mourning Song for 
the death of. M, Peerson^s Mottects, 
1630. — RemaiuR, 1670, H. 63, 1. 55. 
— Tragedy of Mustapha, 1609, H. 
63.— Works, 1633, IL.63. 

Brooke, Master Geui'ge, Thus. Wedkes 
Madrigals, 1600, ded. to. 

Brooke, John, of Ashe. Translator of 
Christian Discourse upon Religion, 
1578, IL 122. Mdanethon and Lu- 
iher^B Two Wonderful Popish Mon- 
sters, 1579. 

Brooke, Nathaniel, Booksdler^ Angd^ 
ComhiUj 1646, IL 632 ; 1648, H. 
4925 1649, H. 493; 1650, H. 372, 
IL 282, III. 114; 1651, IIL 79; 
1652, H. 5, L 6, IV. 164; 1654,6. 
607, 1. 222, 357, 486, IL 627, IIL 
12 ; 1655, H. 224, L 102, 331, 451, 
IL 140, 153, 374, IIL 207, IV. 109 ; 
1656, H. 67, x68,L 94, IL 377, 653, 
IIL 135, IV. 122; 1657, L 295, 
II. 133; 1658, H. 17, 1. 330, 460, 
IL 472, IIL 52 ; 1659, L 90, IL 
^3^ 367* HL 99, IV. 133 ; 1660, 
H. 15, L 90^ 245, 294, 310, IL 
107, 390 ; 1 66 1, H. 108, L 406, IL 
473» HL 44 ; 1662, L 90, IL 143, 
147, IIL 47 ; 1663, L 430, IL 472, 
IIL 30; 1664, IL 129, IV. 174; 
1666, L 391, UL 104 ; 1667, U. 
603, 634 ; 1668, L 90, IIL 1 1, 298 ; 

1669, ^ ^49 f i^yOf II* 12^; i^yi) 
IL 474, IIL 310, IV. 97 ; 1672, IIL 
30, 1065 1673, IV. 143; 1674, L 



264; 1675, II- 380; 1677, L 90, 
IIL 271 ; n.d., H. 310. — ^Trial, 1664, 
H. 45. 

Brooke, Ralph. Discovery of Errors 
in Britannia, [1595], IL 63; [1596], 
IL 63. — Contributed to John Stoufs 
Annals, 16 15, IL 583. — Catalogue of 
Nobility, Discovery of Errors in, by 
Augustine Vincent^ 1622. 

Brooke, Capt Richard, Resolution and 
Remonstrance of the Navy, 1648-9, 
brought by, IL 412. 

Brooke, Robert Greville, Lord. Nature 
of Truth, 1640, L 477. — Certificates 
of D.-L. of Warwick, with Petition, 
&c., to, 1642, II. 634. — Elegy on 
Death of, 1643, H. 63. Da by Hen, 
Harrington, i642,IL 63. — England's 
Loss and Lamentation by the Death 
of, 1642, IL 63. — Proceedings at 
Banbury, or the ordnance sent down 
for, to fortify Warwick, 1642, IIL 
IIL 182. — Propositions from the 
King to, 1642, IIL 283. — Relation 
of the first skirmish of the Army, 
1642, IV. 108. — Resolution concern- 
ing the Lord of Northampton, 1642, 
IV. 19. — Scots Resolution, 1642,111. 
308. 

Brook, Robert, Lord. «7. Z>ot?er*a Roman 
Generals, 1667, <^- ^^* 

Brooke, Sir Robert. Ascuns Nowell 
Cases, 1578, IL 63, IV. 123. 

Brooke, Sam., Bookseller, 1661, IL 86, 
511, IIL 188. 

Brooke, T. Meditations, 1548, H. 63. 
— Verses, 1570, H. 6x. 

Brooke, Sir Wm., Lord Cobham, R, 
HolinshecPs Chronicles, 1577. L, 
Leminitu^ Touchstone of Com- 
plexions, 1576. Thos. Timme'h 
Dialogue of Ten Lepers, 1592, ded, 
to. 

Brookes, S. Melanthe, 1615, H. 63. — 
Sciros, 1612-13, H. 63. 

Brooks, R, Bookseller, 1682, L 422. 

Brooks, Tho& London's Lamentations, 
1670, IL 64. 

Brooks, Wm., Bookseller, Turnstile 
Lane, 1639, I. 65. 

'Bto6kBhy,'EAiz.yBooksdl€r, Golden Ball^ 
Pye Comer, 1703, IIL 196; n.d, H. 

302, 353» 421. ^ , 

I Brookslqr, Philip, Bookseller, [1670J, 



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L 102; 1672, West Smithfiddf IL. 
317, 1. 175, III. 30; 1673, L 299; 
1677, H. 531 ; 1680, 11. 565, 707 ; 
1681, Golden BaU, West Smithfidd, 
I. 386, 481 ; 1682, 1. 490, XL 544, 
IIL125; 1685, IL 118; 16S7, Gol- 
den Ball, Pye Comer, L 482, 484; 
1688, H. 220'; 1695, L ^94 9 1696, 
H. 153 ; n,d,, H. 85, 134, 147, 158, 
192, 201, 220, 289, 293, 327, 352, 
376, 424, 537, 538, 540, 541, 553, 
575-615, 649, 660, I. 86, IlL 244. 

Brooksby, T., Bookseller, Golden BaU, 
Pye Comer, n,d., H. 566. 

Brooksop, Joan. lAvitation of Love, 
[1662], IIL 280. 

Broome, Steven, The Merry History of, 
1579-80, EL 484. 

Broome, WnL See Brome. 

Broome, Widow. See Brome. 

Broomeman, Pleasant new jig of the. 
W. Kempe, 1594-5. 

Broome-on-ffill, The New, H. 63. 

Brosaier, Martha, Discourse on the 
matter of, 1599, H. 63, 156. 

Brothefa Gift conteyning a hundred 
Precepts, 1620, IL 64. 

Brothers of the Blade answerable to 
the Sisters of the Scaberd, 1641, H. 

344- 
Brothers of the Separation, 1641, H. 

344, IL 64. 

Brothers, The two inseparable. Martin 
Parker, [1640]. 

Brotherton, J., Bookseller, 1725, IL 
410. 

Broughton, Sir Brian, John Brinlexfs 
Imposture of Witches, 1680, ded, to, 

Broughton, Hu^rh. A Concent of Scrip- 
ture, 1596, IL 64. — Epistle to the 
Learned Nobility of England, 1597, 
IL 64. — Letter to a Friend, on Mar- 
dochai, 1590, IIL 281. — Petition to 
examine D. Ban[croft] Archb., 1608, 
IL 64. — Elegy on Death of. Wm. 
Primrose, 16 12, H. 483. 

Broughton, Rowland. Discourse of 
Life and Death of Sir Wm. Pawlet, 
1572, H. 63. 

Broun, A. A Vindicatory Schedule, 
169 1, rV. 14. 

Brouncker, Sir Hen., De Rebus Gestis 
Brit. Comment, tres. E, S,, [1570], 
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Brouncker, Wm., Viscount, translator 
of Descartes' Musicae Compendium, 
1653. — John Smith's England's Im- 
provement Reviv'd, 1670. Van Hel- 
monVs Ternary of Paradoxes, ti'ans, 
W. Charleton, 1650. ./. WaUi^ Me- 
chanica, 1670. John Wilkins' Essay 
towards a real character, 1668, ded, 
to. 

Bronne, J. Confession, 1641, I. 55. 

Bronnrig, Bishop, Sermon at the funeral 
of. J. Gauden, 1660. 

Browker, Hugh, A. Neicman's Bible- 
bearer, 1607, ded. to. 

Brown, David, Editor of John Dams* 
Writing Schoolmaster, 1667. 

Brown, Edward. Fasciculus Rerum 
Expetendarum et Fugiendarum, 1535, 
IL 64. 

Brown, Edward, M.D. Account of 
several Travels through Germany, 
1677, IIL 24. — Brief Account of 
Travels in Hungary, &c., 1673, IL 
64; 1687, IL 64. — Translator of 
Discourse of the Original, &c., of the 
Cossacks, 1672, IL 685. 

Brown, J. Merchauntes Avizo, 1589, 
IL 64 ; 1616, IL 64. 

Brown, James, Printer, Aberdeen, 165 1, 
IL 106, 542, 690 ; 1660, II. 543. 

Brown, Lady, wife of Sir John, J, 
MurrdVs Cookery, 1641, ded. to. 

Brown, Major- General. Lord Digbies 
Design to betray Abingdon, 1644, 
IL 175. — An Alarum to London, in 
a Letter to, 1650, IL 707. — ^True 
and Exact Relation of proceedings of 
the Parliament's Forces under, 1643, 
IL 327. — True Relation of his Vic- 
tory about Clifton, 1647, II. 673. — 
Unparalleled Arrest, or the taking 
prisoner of, 1648, I. 56. 

Brown, R. English School Reformed, 
3rd Edit, 1707, IL 64. 

Brown, Richard. True Report concern- 
ing the worthy account of Tobacco, 
TLd., H. 609. — A Defence of Tobacco, 
1602, ded. to, H. 6o8« 

Brown, Robert The Subject's Sorrow, 
1647, -L 55 ; 1649, H. 64. 

Brown, Robert, Bookseller, Edinburgh, 
1659, IL 375 ; i66o, 1665, 1666, 
II. 375; 1663, IV. 153; n.d., IL 
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Brown, Robert, Printer, EtUnhunj\ 

1 714, II. 680. 
Brown, Simon. Caveat against Evil 

Company, 1706, L 55. — Hymns and 

Spiritual Songs, 1720, L 477; 2nd 

Edit, 1741, I. 55. 
Brown, T., Bookseller, 1682, IL 117. 
Brown, Thomas. Tomus Alter et Idem, 

1629, II. 64. 
Brown, Thos. Paul Scarron*a Work?, 

.2nd Edit., 1703, in. 221. — Life of 

Jo. Haynes, 1701, IIL 24. 
Brown, Thos. Verses in Vita et Obitus 

Duorum Fratrum Suffolciensium, &c., 

H.55. 
Brown, Thos. Dissertation on the Afona 

of CflBsar and Tacitus : in Wm. Sach- 

evereWs Isle of Man, 1702. 
Brown, Thos. Translated Daunoifs 

Memoirs of the Court of Spain, 1692, 

IL 158. 
Brown, Thos., M,D., 2% Latorence's 

Morcurius Centralis, in a Letter to, 

1604. 
Brown, Thos., of Ailsey, Jos. Kirk- 

uHxxTa Kew Family Book, 1693, 

ded. to. 
Brown, Thos., of Elsing House, Norfolk, 

M.Stevenson's The Wits, 1673, ^^ ^« 
Brown, Thos., Memoirs relating to, 

1704, IV. 14. 
Brown, Thos., Printer, Edinburgh, 

1675, IV. 166. 
Brown, Thos., and Jas. Glen, Printers, 

Edinburgh, 1678, U. 464. 
Brown, Thos., Jas. Glen, and J. Weir, 

Printers, Edinburgh, 1681, II. 171. 
Brown, W., Bookseller, 1689, IV. 21. 
Brown, Widow, True Relation of the 

Murder of, 1674, IIL 146. 
Browne, Agues, and others. The Witches 

of Northamptonshire, 16 12, H. 423, 

IL 427. 
Browna [or Brown], Alex. Ars Pic- 

toria, 1675, IL 65. — Published O, 

FialUtCs Whole Art of Drawing, 
1660, IIL 8a 
Browne, Andrew. Ballad of Treason 

against the King of Scots and how 
A R prevented the same, H. 1 78. 
Browne, Sir Anthony, L. Vives* Uttice 

and Duty of a Husband, ded. to. 
Browne, Master Antonie, The Civilitie 
of Childhoode, 1560, H. loi, ded. to. 



Browne, Arthur. Confession, 1642, IIL 

281. 
Browne, Charles, Prints and Book- 
seller, 1682, H. 79; 1690, L 181; 

1700, H. 678; n.d., H. 153, 193, 539, 

IL 369. 
Browne, Christopher, Bookseller, Globe, 

West end of St. PauTs, 1685, IL 

403 ; n.d.. III. 256. 
Browne, Daniel, Bookseller, Black Swan, 

Temple Bar, 1680, I. 304, 344; 

1682, II. 44. IIL 186, A. 60 : 1683, 

II. 44, 521, IIL 209 ; 1684, II. 238 ; 
1685, II. 214, IV. 105, A. 167 ; 
1690, IL 462 ; 1 69 1, IIL 194 ; 
1695, L 339, IL 513 ; 1698, IL 17, 

III. 6, 45, 275, A. 65 ; 1699, L 422, 
IL 471, 601, IIL 288, IV. 174; 
1700, II. 410, A. 269; 1702, II. 
295» 529; 17041 IV. 86; 1705, IIL 
243; i707» n. 251. 

Browne, David. The New Invention : 
Caligraphy, 1622, IL 676. 

Browne, Edward. A Rare Pattern of 
Justice and Mercy : Sir Jas. Cambel, 
1642, H. 64, L 55. — Description of 
an Animal World, 1641, H. 64, I. 
55. — Time well Spent, 1643, H. 64, 
L 56. 

Browne, George. Murder of Maister 
Saunders : A. Mundaifs Sundry Ex- 
amples, 1580, H. 405. 

Browne, Humphrey. Map of the Micro- 
cosme, 1642, H. 24* 

Browne, John, Admochoiradel(>gia, 
1684, IIL 24. 

Browne, John, Discovery of the pro- 
ceedings of Wm. Laud, confessed by, 
1641, III. 136. 

Browne, John. Treatise of tlie Muscles, 
1681, IV. 123. 

Browne, John, Bookbinder in Litlle 
Brittaine, n.d., L 291. 

Browne, John, Bookseller, Bible, Fleet 
Street, 1598, H. 136, IL 306; 1599, 
H. 172, IL 57 ; 1600, H. 371, 429 ; 
1601, H. 58, 695 ; 1603, H. 58, L 
208; 1604, H. 299, 700, IL 61; 
1605, H. 382, 1. 45, 119; 1606, H. 
31, IV. 24; 1607, H. 73, 208, 499, 
rV. 39; 1608, H. 627; 1609, H. 
19s. 300. 383* 655, IL 523; 1610, 
H. 73> "3; 161 1, H. 82, 385, IL 
416; 1612, H. 82, 448; i6x3i IL 



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H. 371; 1617, 11. 397,409; 1618, 
H. 31 ; 1619, H. 394, 627, IL 309, 
571,111.152; 1620, IL 321; 1621, 
i^' 549 > 1622, H. 610; fkd,, H. 144, 

I. 56, A. 262. 

Browne, John, BooJcselleVf 1652, III. 

43- 
Browne, Nalh., Bookseller^ 16 18, 1. 170, 

IIL 29; 1625, IL 61; 1631, II. 

224. 

Browne, Nicbolasy Bookseller^ 1609, 
IIL 171. 

Brown^, Richard. Translated ^Roger 
Baeon^s Cure for Old Age, 1683. 

Browne, Sir Bichard, Ixtrd Mayor. 
Verses in Lucretius, translated J. 
Evelyn, 1656. — The Royal Oak, with 
Scenes presented in honor of. John 
Tatham, 1660. — J, Basire^s Ancient 
Liberties of the Britannick Church, 
1661, presented to, IL 672. — John 
Evelyn's Publick Employment^ 1667, 
ded. to, 

Browne, Robert Life and Manners of 
all true Christians, 1582, IIL 25. 

Browne, Samuel, Bookselier, Fountain^ 
PavTs Churchyard^ 1639, L 187, 

II. 56; 1640, L 100; 1643, ^i- 
182. 

Browne, Samuel, English Bookseller at 
the Hague, 1644, -^ 269 ; 1648, H. 
568, L 495, IL 91 ; 1649, L 304, 
II. 9h 394. HL 38; 1650, IL 91, 
189, 576; 1652, IL 529; 1654, H. 
92 ; 1659, H. 118. 

Browne, Sir Thos. Works, 1686, IL 
65. — Hydriotaphia, 1658, L 56. — 
Letter to Sir K. Bigby, 1645, I. 56. 
— Pseudodoxia Epidemica, 1646, IL 
65 ; 2nd Edit, 1650, IL 65 ; 4th 
Edit, 1656, IL 65 ; 1658, IV. 14. 
— Religio Medici, 1642, IL 65 ; 5th 
Edit, 1659, II. 65 ; 1664, IL 65. 
True and Full Copy of, 1643, IL 65 ; 
1645, I. 56. Observations on, Sir 
K, Digby, 1644. — Vulgar Errors. 
Refuted in A. Moss* Arcana Micro- 
cosmi, 1652. 

Browne, Thos., of Lincoln's Inn. Verses 
in Delia Ca^a's Galateo, 1576. — 
Translator of Stunnius* Storehouse, 

;7o. 

nie, Thos., Pre&cni? of Westminster, 



Verses in E. Grants Graecse Lingue^ 
Spicilegium, [1575]. 

Browne, Thos., Just Reward of a 
Debauched Cavalier, or the wicked 
intentions of, 1643, L 73. 

Browne, Thos. Vox Veritatis, 1683, 
IL 676. 

Browne, Wm. Almanac and Prognos- 
tication, 1566, IL 65. 

Browne, Wm. Britannia's Pastorals, 
1613-16, H. 64; 1614,1.56; 1616, 
I. 57 ; 1625, H. 64. Books L [and 
IL], 1625, IL 676. Book IIL, H. 
64, II. 676. Poem in praise of, 
S, Harding, — Inner Temple Masque, 
1614, IL 676; c. 1620, H. 64. — 
— Letter to Sir B. Rudyard, 1640, 
H. 64. — Poems, H. 64. — Shepherd's 
Pipe, 1 6 14, H. 64, 665. — Verses in 
M. Drayton* s Polyolbion, H. 165. P. 
Massitiger's Duke of Millaine, 1623. 
— Eclogue to. Christoplier Brooke, 
1 6 14. — and Christ. Brooke, Two Ele- 
gies, 1 613, H. 264, L 208, IL 701. 

Browne, Wm., and P. Stephen. Cata- 
logus Horti Botanici Oxouiensis, 
1658, IL 439. 

Browninge, Mary, Bookseller^ near the 
Exchange, 1680, II. 42. 

Brownism, Discovery of. Thos. White, 
1605. 

Brownist and a Schismatick, Dialogtie 
between, 1642, IIL 65. — A Whip 
for the back of a backsliding. H. 
Crouch, n.d. — ^Recantation of a. P. 
Fairlambe, 1606. 

Brownists, A True Relation of a Com- 
pany of, 1 641, IL 626. — Anatomy 
of the Separatists or, 1642, H. 84. 
— Apology or Defence of, 1604, IIL 
25. — Conventicle. A. Greene, 1641. 
— Heresy confirmed, 1641, IL 440. 
— Just and Necessary Apology for. 
John Robinson, 1625. — Plain decla- 
ration . . . that Brownists be full 
Donatists. G. Gifford, 1590. — Syna- 
gogue, 1641, IL 65. 

Brownlow, Rich. Declarations and 
pleadings, 1653, A. 166. 

Brownlow, Sir Wm., mentioned, 1660, 
IIL 295. — 0. Gibber's Love makes a 
man, 1701, detl. to. 

Broxnp, W. St. Peter's Path to tlie 
Joys of Heaven, 1598, H. 65. 






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Cerasum et Sjlvestre Pruuutu, 1631, 
(led. to, 

Bmce, Edward, Martiall Deeds of : in 
/. Barbour's Bruce, 16 16. 

Brnca, Lady Elizabeth, Rotoland Carle- 
t(m*8 Diana, 1679, ded. to. 

Braoe^ Lord, Baron of Kinloss, Dis- 
course against Flatterie, 1 6 1 1 , II. 1 7 8, 
ded. to. 

Bmca, Robert Life by J, Barbour^ 
[1570], H. 25, IL 671 ; 1616, H. 25 ; 
1620, L 26, H. 25 ; 1670, H. 25 ; 
1672, IL 25. — History of. Patrick 
Gordon, 16 15. 

Bmce, Robert Sermons before the 
Kirk of Scotland, 1591, IIL 25. — 
John Bell's Gratiarum Actio, &c, 
1590, ded. to. 

Brnch, Richard. Epigramniatum Heca- 
tontades dusB, 1627, H. 65, L 57. 

Bmdenel, Lord, Delamain's Horizon- 
tal! Quadrant, 1632, ded. to. 

Bmdenell, J., Printer, 1661, III. 195. 

Bmdenell, Thos., Printer, 1647, U. 
350, 522 ; 1648, n. 350. 

Bmen, Agnes, Lamentation of, 1592, 
H. 408, IL 332. — Burning of, 1592, 
U. 408. 

Bmen, John, Lamentation of John Par- 
ker, who consented to the murder of, 
1592, H. 408. 

Bmen, John, of Bruen-Stapleford, Faith- 
ful Remonstrance of the Holy Life 
and Death of. Wm. Hinde, 1641, 
IIL 112. 

Bmces printed, i486, IL 217; 1653, 
IL 349. 

Bruges Printers, Widow of J. le Cock, 
1743 ; L, Kerchove, 1672. 

Bmgifl, H., Printer, 1660, H 400 ; 
1671, IV. 92; 1672, I. 224; 1674, 
I. 224, II. 240, 514; 1676, IL 339; 
1681, L 386, IL 283 ; 1683, IIL 
261; 1684, H. 213, 239. 

Bmgk, S., Bookseller, 1691, IIL 71. 

BmglB, T. Marrow of Physicke, 161 1, 
IL 66. 

BmmeMi, Thos., Printer, Paris, 1573, 
L 433; 1582, IV. 29. 

Bmaej, Rob., Printer, Antwerp, 1605, 
L 438. 

Bmnswerd, John. Gymnasiarchse Pro- 
gymnasmata, &c., 1590, H. 65. 



BnmBwick, Duke of, Certain Kews 
of this week, with the progress and 
arrival of, 1622, IL 247. — Continua- 
tion of More News, with the De- 
parture for Bavaria, 1622, IL 247. — 
Entertainment of Count Mansfield 
and, 1622, IL 247. — ^Garland of tri- 
umph for the honour of, 1622, IL 
247. — More News from the Palati- 
nate ; also what befell the, 1622, IIL 
183. — Mus8B Hospi tales WicchamicsB, 
1610, H. 65. — 9 Sept 1622, Count 
Mansfield's Progress, with the great 
misfortune of, 1622, IIL 174. — Safd 
arrival of, with the King of Bavaria, 
1622, III. 174. — 2 Sept. 1622, Two 
Great Battles of Count Mansfield, 
with the arrival of, in Breda w, 1622, 
IIL 95. — Surprizal of Two Imperial 
Towns by Count Mansfield and, 1622, 
IIL 175. — Taking of the Imperial 
Towns by Count Mansfield and, 1622, 
IL 247. — True Relation of the Arri- 
val of the, 1622, IL 247. 

Bronns, L. Cronica Summaria His- 
paniarum regine, 1504, IV. 14. 

Brnsaniifl, Prince of Hungaria. Adven- 
tures, by B. Rich, 1592. 

BmsselB, News from, 1660, L 81. 

'BraiaiMAA printed, 1624, H. 629. 

BmsselB Printers. J. Mommart and 
J. Reyne, 1608 ; the Widow of 
J. Mommart, 1634; H. A Velpius, 
1637 ; the Widow of N. Anthony, 

1633- 
Bmssii, Alex. Alex. Montgomert/s 

Cerasum et Sylvestre Prunum, 1631. 

Bmte, Chronicle, with Genealogy de- 
claring the Britains and Welshmen 
are descended from. A . Kelton, 1547. 

Bmtes, Philadelphia, or a Defence of. 
Rich. Harvey, 1593. 

Bmtes turned Critics. C. Moschini, 
1695. 

Bmton, Wm. Newes from the East 
Indies, 1638, L 57. 

Bmtum Fulmen. J, Hotman, 1681. 

Bmyn, Ant, Printer, Amsterdam, 1753, 
L 417. 

Bry, Theo. de. Characters and Diver* 
sitie of Letters, 1628, II. 162. — 
Maps in L. Wagenars Mariner's 
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True Subjects by the example of, 

1581, H. 180. — Report of Death of, 

1581, H. 73. 
Bryan, Sir Francis, mentioned, 1534, 

H. 246. 
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Burne, Nicol. Disputation concerning 

CoiitroTersit Headdis of Religion, 

1 581, IL 179. 
Bumel, T., Bookseller, 1682, I. 242. 
Bumell, Eleanor. Verses in H. Bur- 

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BumelL Hen. Landgai-tha, 164 1, H. 

67, IL 71. 
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1687, IL 7a. — Collection of Several 
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1679, II' 71' — Discourse on the 
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IL 71. Vindication of, 1681, IL 
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Switzerland, &c., 1686, III. 281. 
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1687, III. 122. — Letter to the 
Lord Bishop of Coventry and Litch- 
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the Historiographer of Oxford from 
the reproaches in, 1673, III. 53. — 
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1682,11.72. — life andDeath of John, 
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1680, IL 71 ; 1693, IL 71. — Life of 
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1682. IL 72. — Reflections on Varit- 
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71. — Unreasonableness and Impiety 
of Popery, 1678, IL 71. — ^Vindica- 
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and Laws of the Church, 1673, I^« 
1 23. — Translator of Loctonh'us'Death 
of the Primitive Persecutors, 1 687 ;jS»r 
Thos, Mw^s Utopia, 1684.— A G:s 
Virginia's Cure, 1662, presented to, — 
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giving account of Card. Pole's Secret 

Powers, 1685, 
Bnmet, Robert. Verses in Eisodia, 

1633, L 78. 
Burrant, RobeTt. Translated Ercumtuf 

Wise Sayings, &c. of Publius, 1560 ; 

Preceptes of Cato, &c., 1553; Sage 

and prudente sayinges of Seven Wyse 

Men, 1553, H. 660. 
Bnire, Walter, Bookseller^ Flower de 

Luce^ Paid' 8 Churchyard, 1600, H. 

355, 414; 1601, H. 306; 1603, 1. 341, 

H. 481; 1604, IL 663, IIL 258; 

1606, III. 226 ; 1608, H. 393, I. 

290; 1611, U. 307, II. 178; 1612, 

II. 320, IV. loi ; 1613, H. 33, II. 

244i 395; 1614, L 350; 1615, H. 

608, 610, L 424, II. 524, 7 13 ; 1616, 

II. 513; 1617, I. 350; 1621, H. 

623, I. 125, II. 509, 621, IV. 175; 

1622, in. 256. 

Bvrrell, Andrews. Revised Pe/er WJiite^a 
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Answer of the Commissioners of the 
Navy to a Scandalous Pamphlet by, 
1646, IIL 168. 

Borrel, Jas., Printer ^ mthout North 
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Bmxell, Thos., Bookseller^ 1671, II. 
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Bnxrongh, W. Discourse in Rob. Nor- 
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Bnzronghes, John, Bookseller, 1 641, 11. 
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BnrronglieB, Sir John, Verses on the 
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Burroughs, Sir John. Memoirs, by 
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Burt, Richard, Most wicked work of a 
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H. 59, iS7i n. 357, 623; 1606, H. 
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Burton, Hea Baiting of the Pope's 
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1636, IL 72.— -Grand Impostor Un- 
masked, 1645, II. 72. — Grounds of 
Christian Religion, 1636, IL '72; 
n.tf., II. 72. — ^Tryall of Private De- 
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Burton, John. History of Eriander, 
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1703, IL 677. — History of the two 
late Kings, 1693, IIL 26. — History 
of Scotland and Ireland, 1685, IL 
677. — History of Ireland, 1693, ^I- 
677. — History of Wales, 1695, IL 
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III. 26. — Memorable Accidents, 1693, 
IL 677. — Miracles of Art and Nature, 
1678,1. 1 1 1. — Strange and Prodigious 
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lish Empire in America, 1698, II. 
677. — ^The Unfortunate Court Favou- 
rites, 1695, IL 677 ; 1706, 1. III. — 
Two Journeys to Jerusalem, 1685, II. 
73. — Unparallel'd Varieties, 1683, 
IL 73; 1685,1V. 15. — View of the 



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English acquisitions in Guinea, &c, 
1686, II. 73. — ^Winter Evenings' 
Entertainments, 1705, IV. 15. — 
Youths Divine Pastime, 1691, I« 
111 ; Part 2, 1749, 1, m. 
Burton, Richanl, Bookseller, Horseshoe, 
Smithfield, 1641, H. 638, II. 496; 
1646, 11. 201; 1647, II. 86, 113, 
495; 1650, H. 514, 539; 1666, H. 
27.9 ; 1684, H. 666 ; n,d,, H. 85, 92, 

94, 134* 354, 367* 537f 54i, 636, 
654, II. 319, 677. 

Burton, Robert Anatomy of Melan- 
choly, 162 1, H. 68 ; 2nd Edit., 1624, 
H. 68, L 59 ; 3rd Edit., 1628, H. 68, 
IL 73 ; 4th Edit, 1632, H. 68, II. 
73; 6th Edit, 1657, H. 68; nth 
Edit, 1660, I. 478. — Philosophastor, 
H. 68, L 59. — Contributor to Death 
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Lord Bayning, 1639. Justa Fune- 
bria Ptolemaei Oxoniensis, T. Bod- 
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Burton, Simon, Bookseller^ i64o,L 480 ; 
1641, IIL 62. 

Burton, Wm. News from the East 
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Burton, Wm. Commentary on Anto- 
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Buorwell, Wm., Declaration of, in Con- 
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Sharpe, &c, 1575, I. 141. 

Bury, Captain, True Narrative of the 
late design of the Papists, by endea- 
vouring to corrupt, 1679, II- 4^7* 

Bury, Lieut-Col., Brief Relation of the 
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1644, III 37. 

Bury, Henry, Execution of, 1679, ^ 
362. 

Bury, Richard de. Philobiblion, 1599, 
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the request of. 

Bury St Edmunds, Arraignment of 
eighteen witches at, 1645, H. 583. — 
Two Petitions : One from the Con- 
stables, Freeholders, &c, to the Jus- 



tices at, 1642, III. 283. — ^Trial of 
Witches at, 1682, L 412.— Woeful! 
and lamentable spoil done by fire at, 
1608, H. 583, III. 242. 

Bury Fair. A Comedy, by T, Shculwell, 
1689. 

Burying in Woollen, Act for, 1678, H. 
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BuBbie, John, Bookseller, 1590, H. 240, 
340; 1591, H. 340; 1592, H. 119, 
340, 413, L 261,490; 1593, H. 166, 
340, 451 ; 1594, H. 166, 220, 684; 
i595» H. 569; 1596, H. 569, 341; 
1597, H. 2403 1598, H. 378; 1600, 
H. 549, I. 141 ; 1601-2, I. 381 ; 
1603, U. 296 ; 1604, H. 172 ; 1607, 
IL 314, A. 262 ; 1608, H. 255, 693, 
L 201, IL 462, 688; 1609, H. 149, 
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H. 382, III. 151; 1612, H. 149, IL 
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Bnsby, Mr., and Mr. Bagshawe, True 
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Bnsenello, G. F. Prospective of the 
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the Turk, 1656, 1. 59. 

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Bush, Paul. See Busshe. 

Buflh, Bice. The Poor Man's Friend, 
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Buflhe, Edwaid. Jos, GaffareVs XTn* 
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Bushell, Thos. First Part of Youth's 
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true Remonstrance of H.M.'s Mines- 
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Aluridgement of Lord Bacon's Mineral 
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1660, IIL 27. 

Bushell, Thos., Bookseller, North Door of 
StPauCs, 1599, H, 365, 648; 1600, 
H. 57» 374; 1602. H. I, 535, 608, 
I. 19 ; 1604, H. 398 ; 1613, H. 366, 
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Bushes, A hedgerow of. J. D,, 1598, 
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Boss, Historical Relation of the famous 
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1630. 

Bnsset, John and Richard. Permit to 
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BiiBShe, Paul. Certain godly medy- 
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Bnasy D'Ambois. Tragedy by 6'. Chap- 
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Bustarde, Anthony. Translation of 
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Batchers, Ballad of Three Merry, H. 
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Batcher's blessing. /. Goodwiyi^ 1642. 

Batchers, Bloody, 1667, H. 68. 

Batchers, graysers, scholemaisters, and 
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Batchers' Reasons against bill in Par- 
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Batler, Charles. English Grammar, 
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Batler, Capt , Apprehending of, at Ports- 
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Batler, Capt. D., John Sfruyt^ Voyages, 
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Batler, Capt, Governor of Bermuda, 
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Batler, Col., Governor of Wareliam^ 
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37. 
Batler, Col. John Dunion^s Dublin 

Scuffle, 1699. ded, to. 
Batler, LAdy Frances. R F. Paul's 

Jesus Maria Joseph Teresia, 1654, 

ded. to, 
Batler, H., Printer, Birmingham^ n.d,^ 

1. IT 2. 

Batler, Jac., Queriraonite in Luctuosum 



Naufragium Obitumq. T. Meugher, 

• 1620, H. 696. 

Batler, James, Bookseller, 1644, H. 667. 

Batler, Jas. Wm. Turner's Works of 
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Batler, John, B. D. Christologia, 1 6 7 1 , 
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Batler, John, Printer, [1556], H. 259, 
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Batler, Nathaniel, The Penitent Mur- 
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Batler, R., Bookseller, 1685, I. 423. 

Batler, Samuel. Hudibras, Part L, 
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1682. 

Batler, Thomas, Boohseller, Lincoln's 
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Batler, Wm., Book^ller in St. Dun- 
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1 62 1, IL 253, III. 98. 

Batler Family, Some Account of, 17 16, 

I. 60. 

Batt, Richard, BooJcseller, Princes St., 

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Batter, Act for better packing of, 1567, 

II. 459- 

Batter, N^thHrnel, Bookseller, St. Paul's 

Churcliyard, 1605, H. 270, 470, 525, 
564, 683, IL 665, L 213; 1606, H. 
144, 149, 260, 276, 320, III. III;. 
1607, H. 149, 301, 420, L 93, 236, 
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270, 55O' 551, 656, 663, L 88, IL 
162, 688, IIL 177; 1609, IL 63, 
84, 144, 150, 271, 421, 698, L 332 ; 
1610, H. 552, II. 571 ; 161 1, I. 
170, IIL 235; 1612, H. 282, IL 
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594i 595. I- 9'. 183, 328. HI- 93; 
1615, H. 429, 595, IL 197, IIL 220, 

235, IV. 40; 1616, H. 282, II. 162, 

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IIL 35, 85, III, 235 ; 1624, a 140, 
II. 571, IIL 234; 1625, a 86, 308, 
IL 264, 386; 1627, IL 92; 1628, 
L 199, IL 5389 IIL 62, 86 ; 1629, 

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3, 227 ; 1640, L 237, IL 233, 266, 
IIL 103, 227 ; 1641, L 376^ IL 266, 

SS^j 4a3f 489* KL 136; n.d., IL 

232, 288. 
Bntter, Tho&, BookaeUer, PauCs 

Cliurchyardy iKf6, H. 25; 1580, IL 

199; 1581, IL 424; 1583, IL 242, 

470; 1585, H. 570; 1590, H. 185, 

m, 131. 
Bntter, Widow, Bookseller^ X590t H. 

315, IL 326; iS94» H. 263, II, 

276. 
ButteSy H. Dyets Dry Dinner, 1599, 

H. 68, L 60. 
Bnttee, Sir Wm., Book of Epitaphs 

on the death of, 1583, H. 69. 
BvattoxTn Hehrew Grammar. Epitome 

by N. Gray, 1627-8, IL 74. 
Boy Bioomes, buy, 1563-4, IL 29. 
B11SI7, Mra Grace. Hannah Walley'e 

Queen-like Closet, 1670, decL to. 
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Surinam Justice. Bob. Sand/ord^ 

1662. 
Byddell (otherwise SfJysbury), John, 

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Sun, Fleet Street, H. 159, L 127, IL 

497; 1536, H. 417, L 33; 1537, 

HL 190; 1538, H. 362, lU. 250; 

IV. 37, 91; 1539, IL 503; 1540, 

III. 285 ; n,d., H. 120, 448, IL 123, 
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Byfleld, Admiram, BookeeUer^ Bible, 
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Byfleld, Nathaniel. Account of the 



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27. 
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1568, H. 159, 210, 215, 368, 465, 
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IL 178; 1570, EL 169, 194, 234, 
516, I. 368, IL 216, 226, 583, IIL 
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177, IV. 15; 1572,11.40, 221, 281, 
329^ 43S» 461, 5641 610, L 39, 230, 
IL 21, IIL 66; 1573, H, 184, 4071 
533, L 316, n. 227, 496, 616; 

1574, H. 41, IL 632, 642, 706; 

1575, H. 4, 222, 456, L 329, IL 
206, 584; 1576, H. 222, 387, 4i5i 
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BL 113, 155, 236, 257, 355, 4241 

43^1 452> 59i» II- 2701 ^11- 106, 
IV. 92; 1578, H. 221, 679, 700, 

L loi ; IL 14, 48, 283, 669; 1579, 
H. 10, 107, 221, IL 14, 175, 177, 
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37i» 583; 1581, H. 32, 180, 357, 
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1583, H. 245, 2S7» 632; 1584, 
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0., A. Satire against Separatists. See 
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a, A. The English Oracle, 1679, III. 

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OL, Sir D. Proceedings and Death : in 

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IV. 150; 1655, L 488; 1656, H. 

480, II. 496; 1657, H. 130; x66i, 

IL 696, III. 287 ; 1665, IL 698, A. 

267; 1666, I. 223, 318; 1667, II. 

575, IIL 97; 1668, IL 250; 1669, 

I. 182, IL 57, IIL 107, 289; 1670, 



IIL 97; 1672, IL 654; 1674, H. 

134, 154, L 124; «.d., H. 376. 
0., R, and A. C, Printers, 1670, III. 

58, 208. 
0., Elizabeth, da. of Rob. W. N,*a 

Barley-breake, 1607, ded. to, 
0., F. Translated Bonaventura's Life 

of St Francis, 1635. 
0., F. The Reclaimed Papist, 1655, 

II- 75- 
0., F., Bookseller, 1627, H. 170, III. 

68; 1641, I. 412; 1642, IIL 36, 

IV. 19; 1658, IIL 44. 
0., F., Printer, [1640], IL 180. 
0., F., and J. C., Printers, 1683, IL 

526 ; 1684, II. 652. 
0., F., and J. W., Booksellers, 1641, L 

79; 1642, II. 96. 
0., F., and T. B., Booksellers, 1641, I. 

83, IL 94, 1 70. 
0., F., and T. V., Booksdlers, 1641, IL . 

604. 
0., G., Gent, Treatise of Mathematical 

Physic : in C, Darius* Judgement of 

the Stars, 1598. — Astrologomania, 

1624, L 62. 
0., G. A Pitious Platform, H. 70, 

[1580], I. 62. — A Dumpe: in H. 

affords Gelloflowers, 1580. 
0., G., Bookseller,! sgi, IL 570; 1594, 

H. 568; 1595-1612, a 569. 
0., G., Printer, 1596, IL 328; 1643, 

H. 565, UL 234. 
0., G., Bookseller, Ring, in Little 

Britain, n,d,, IL 605. Compare 

George Conyers. 
0., H. Translated The Pope's lamenta- 
tion for the death of Don John oi 

Austria, 1578, H. 70. 
0., H. The Forrest of Fancy, 1579, H. 

70. 



0., E. 



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0., L. 



a, H. Doleful Bitty of Lord Darley, 

[1579! HL 70. 
C, H. JDiscourse of Draining of the 

Fens, 1629, A. 166. 
C, H., Gent, Plain Englishman's His- 
tory, 1679, IV. 16. — Translated 

Diodorus Siculus' History, 1653 ; 

N. N.'s The Scarlet Gown, 1653. 
C, H. Cupid's Love Lesson, 1683, I. 

481. Compare Humphrey Crouch. 
O.J H., Printer, 1684, IL 233 ; 1687, 

III 78; 1688, IL 59, IIL 254; 

169 1, II. 605 ; 1694, IV. 126. 
C, H., and T. M., BrinUrs, 165 1, I. 

182. 
C, r, Gent A poor Knight his Palace 

of Private Pleasures, iS79> H. 70. 
C, L Verses in The Husband, 1614, 

IL 298. 
0., L Peters Pattern, 1659, I. 62. 
C, L, Usury at Six per cent, examined 

and found unjustly charged b}'. T, 

Manletj, 1669. 
C, L Complete Collier : in ^. Nourse's 

Mystery of Husbandry, 1 708. 
C, Is. London's New Method and Ait 

of Learning Children, 1723, L 62; 

n,d., [1750! L 264-5. 
C, L, Printer, 1583, I. 486, IL 470;^ 

1587, H. 43, 497 ; 1588, H. 592, L 

18; 1589, H. 436, 45o» 5ioi 1592, 
IL 119, 138, 616, IL 686; 1593, H. 
370, IL 382; 1603, H. 252; 1613, 
III. 306; 1637, IL 198; 1646, III. 
76; n.d., H. 116. 

C, L, Bookseller^ 1607, H. 416; 1647, 
H. 615, IIL 280. 

C, L, and F. B., Booksellers, 1605, H.. 

59- 
C, L, and R. A., Printers, 1645, HI. 

37. 
C, J., Gent. Epigrams, n.d., H. 7a 

C, J. St. Mary Magdalen's Conversion, 

1603, H. 71. 
C, J. The Two Merry Milk-maids, 

1620, H- 70; 1661, H. 70, IL 75. 
C, J. A Handkercher for Parents wet 

eyes, 1630, IL 75. 
C, J. Verses in T. Weaver's Planta- 

genet's Tragical Story, 1649. 
C, J. The New Parliament of ladies, 

1655, IIL 27. 
C, J. The Melancholy Cavalier, 1654, 

H. 70, L 62. 



0., J. Elegy to memory of Jeremiah 
Burroughs, 1646, H. 71, I. 62. 

0., J. Translated Calprenede^s Hymen's 
Prseludia, 1658. 

0., J. The Muse's Mistress, 1660, H. 
70. 

0., J, Brief Observations on Trade and 
Interest of Money, 1668 ; Additions, 
1668, IV. 16. 

0., J. Letter, [1672], III. 45, Stage- 
Coaches vindicated, [1672], IIL 45. 

Ot, J., D.D. Contemplation of Life 
and Glory of Holy Mary, 1683, IV. 
16. 

C, J. Verses in B. Antrohus^ Buds 
and Blossoms of Piety, 1684; T. 
Wrighfs God's Revenge against Mur- 
der, 1688. 

C, J. State of Papist and Protestant 
proprietors in Ireland, 1689, IIL 27. 

0., J. Reasons for passing Bill for re- 
lieving asMd employing the Poor, n.d., 
L62. 

0.,. J., M.D^ Translated The French 
Spy, 1700, III. 86. 

d, J., Pointer, 1583, H. 229; 1587, 
IL 591; 1588, H. 406; 1643, I^- 
530; 1646, L 148, 235; 1648, IIL 
137; 1650, IL 423, 512; 1651, H. 
162, L 132, IL 352 ; 1652, L 21, IL 
393; i653» H. 660; 1654, IL 373; 
1655, H. 134, 669, IL 6; 1656, IL 
122, IIL 156; 1657, IV. 30; 1658, 
IIL 293; 1659, L 49, IL 154, 268, 
659; 1660, II. 251 ; 1661, H. 472 ; 
1662, II. 585 ; 1663, IL 664 ; 1664, 
IL 285 ; 1665, IT. 6, 354, IIL 91 ; 
1666, II. 6; 1668, I. 216, IL 694; 
1670, IL 296, rV. 164 ; 167 1, 1. 10 ; 

1672, L 100, 344, IIL 115, 138; 

1673, ^ 96» II- 292, III. 114 ; 1674, 
H. 632, L 335, 397, IIL 121, 190; 

i675» I- 35. io6» 221, IL 145, 507, 

658, IIL 272; 1676, IL 274, 532, 

660; 1677,1.397,11. 168, IV. 178; 

1678, IT. 286, 292, 615 ; 1680, III. 

77; 1684, IV. 96; 1688, IIL 245; 

n.d., H. 310, L 211, 241. 
0., 3., Bookseller, 1643. III. 242 ; 1645, 

IV. 18; i67i,H. 168; 1688, L 395; 

1690, III. 200 ; n.d., I. 182. 
0., J., and F. C, Printers, 1683, IL 

526; 1684, II. 652. 
0., L., Bookseller. See Langley Curtis. 

H 



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C, T. 



C^ L., and M. W., Booksellers, 1642, I. 

332, IIL 197. 
0^ M, H d, KempU' Following of 

Christ reviewed, 1636, IV, 42. 
0., >tr. Bristol Drollery, 1674} H. 169, 

n. 75. 

0., M., Printer, See Mary Clark, 
C, N. [Nathaniel Carpenter]. Achi- 

tophel, 1629, I. 62. 
0.) N. Saxon History, trans. Sir T. H., 

1634, H. 71. 
0., N. Verses in K Overton's Man's 

Mortality, 1643. 
C, N. Account of chief points in con- 
troversy between Roman Catholics 

and Parotestaats, 1696, IL 75. 
C, N., Bookseller^ See N. Crouch. 
C, P. Exaltation of Christmas Pie, 

1659, H. 104, IL 75 ; 1728, L 

86. 
C, P. Collection of Wonderful Pro- 
phecies, 1689, H. 71. 
0., P. Short View of Scots Colony 

coming away from Darien, 1699, IIL 

27. 
C, P., BookselieVy 1660, H. 84 ; 1664, 

IL 189; 1666, I. 121; 1669, H. 

175 j 1674, IL 120. 
0., B. The Biasings of Bawdrie, 1574, 

H. 71, I. 478. 
C, B. Translated J7. Stephantu^ World 

of Wonders, 160 7* 
C, B. An old Thrift newly revived, 

16 1 2, I. 63. 
C, B., Gent. Translated History of 

Hungary, 1600. Prophecies of C. 

Kotterus. — Epigram misatiron,[ 1 6 1<6], 

H. 71, L 63. 
C, B. Harmony of the Muses, 1654, 

H. 71. 
C, B., M.A. Choice Prophecies of 

Martin Luther, 1666, 11. 371. 
C, B. H. M.'s Propriety and dominion 

over British Seas asserted, 1672, II. 

75. 
0., B. Minerva, 1677, L 63. 

0., B. Regulation of the Coin of Eng- 
land, 1696, IIL 28. 

0., B., Printer. See Roger Cotes. 

C. B., Bookseller, 1642, I. 443 ; 1672, 
IIL 266; 1679, IL 24; 1698, L 

373. 
0., B., and C. F., Booksellers, 1725, IL 

380. 



0., Rob. Discourse of the Muley Ila- 

mets rising, 1609, IIL 28. 
0., 8. Garden of our Blessed Lady^ 

1619, L 63. 
0., 8. An Anniversary of the 30th 

January 1648, IL 75. 
C, 8. Edited ff. Cockeram's English 

Dictionary, 12th Edit, 1670. 
0^ 8. History of Cleocroton and Clory- 

ana, [1670], IIL 28. 
0., 8. Roman Catholic Doctrines no 

novelty, 1663. 11. 76. — Epistle Apo- 

logetical to a Person of Honour, 1674, 

IL 76. 
0., 8. Art of Complaisance, 1 6 7 3, 1. 63 ; 

1677, A. 166. 
C, 8. Life of Lady Halket, 1701, IL 

678. 
C.^ 8. D. Scholastic Discourse against 

symbolizing with Antichrist in Cere- 
monies, 1607, I. 63. 
0., T. Translated Boccaccio's Cymon 

and Iphigenia, n.d. 
0., T., Defence of the Answer to the 

Admonition against the reply of. 

John Whitgift, 1574. — Examination 

of J. Whitgift's Censures, 1595, IL 

642. 
0., T. Hospital for the diseased, n.d., 

L 63 ; 1579, IL 76 ; 1598, 1610, 1. 

63. 
0., T. Examination of the Accidence, 

1606, L 478. 

0., T. Glass for the Times, 1648, IIL 

28. 
OL, T. Labyrinthus Cantuariensis, 1658, 

IL 76. 
0., T. Instructions for persons attacked 

by the Plague, 1665, IIL 28. 
0., T. Discourse of Duels, 1687, L 63. 
0., T., Oent. City Revels, [1690], 11. 

31- 
0., T., Printer, 1593, H. 237, 242 ; 

1596, H. 388; i595>H. 413, 458, 
573, II. 375; 1600, H. 429; 1602, 
H. 58, 55o» L 422 ; 1603, H. 58, 
III, 148, 183, 336, 421, 422, L 26 ; 
1604, H. 148, 218, 398, 417, 534. 
607, L 122, IIL 151 ; 1605, L 34, 
IL 439 ; 1606, H. 82, 149, II. 295 ; 

1607, H. 149, II. 704, 1. 400 ; 161 ly 
1.368; 1612,1. 180; 1613, H. 183, 
I. 172 ; 1614, H. 239, 291, 620 ; 
1615, H. 249 ; 1616, H. 9, III. 202 ; 



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1628, H. 233 ; 1629, H. 204, 365, 
509t 5981 614, L 315, 11. 625 ; 1630, 
IL472; 1631,11279; 1634,1400, 
IL 588; 1637, H. 146, 309, 491, I. 
414; 1653, H. 573; 165s, H. 581, 
L 445, UL 258 ; 1656, L 109, 135, 
190, IL 613, IV. 122 ; 1658, IL 167, 
IIL 256, IV. 42; 1659, IL 552; 
1660, H. 531, IL 531 ; 1661, IL 395 ; 
1674, IL 86. 

C, T., Bookseller, 1650, IIL loi. 

C, T., and W. R, Booksellersy 1582, 1. 

230- 
a, Thos. A. L Catholic Tiaditions, 

1609, L 473 ; 1610, IIL I. 

C, W. Letter in J, Knewstuba* Con- 
futation of H. N., 1579, in. 133. 

C.,' W. Verses in T. Be&dome'a Poems, 
1 64 1. 

C, W. Translated C. PascalM False 
Complaints, 1605. 

C, W. History of Fragosa, King of 
Aragon, 1656, 1663, H. 71. 

C, W. Christian Rules, 1659, IL 
122. 

C, W. Discourse for a King and Par- 
liament, 1660, IL 76. 

a , W, Translated Zuis-Pennind^s Pro- 
TerlMy 1683. 

C, W. Translated Irenceua* Secrets 
BeTealed, 1669. 

0., W. Little Manual of Poor Men's 
Daily Devotion, 1687, IL 76. 

C, W. Poems on several Occasions, 

1684, L 64.— The Siege of Vienna, 

1685, IIL 28. — Verses in Misery's 
Virtue's Whetstone, 1699, IL 248. 

C, W. Gesta Grayorum, 1688, I. 64, 

H. Z05. 
C, W. Hjdro-Sideron, 1717, IIL 28. 
C, W. Adventures of Ladie Egeria, 

A.</., IL 7'- 
C, W,, BoohfeUer, 1606, H. 379 ; 1607, 

H. 419 ; fiwd, H. 70, 271 ; 1685, L 

58 ; 1689, IL 533. 
C^ W. A. J. Revised Sir A. Gibson's 

Decisions of the Lords of Council, 

1690, rv. 42. 

Gabftia ; sive Scrinia Sacra, 1654, IL 76. 
Oabalitts, The Count of Gabalis, or 

Extravagant Mysteries of the, by 

P. A., 1680, III. 28. 
CaUnBt, A Rich. John Wliite, i6sS.— 

of Contrarieties. W, Averdlf.i$SS. 



— of Choice Jewels, 1688, IL 105, 
[1690], L 68. — of Jewels. J. Orat/, 
n.d, — of Mirth. T. Jordan, 1674. 

Oabinet Council, The. Sir TF. Raleigh^ 
1658. 

Cabot, 8. Noticed, 1578, R. 107. 

Oacoethes Leaden Legacy, n.d., H. 71, 
1634, not 1640, I. 64. 

OadeU, T., and A. Millar, Booksellers, 
Strand, 1767, IIL 169. 

Oademaa, Dr. The Earl of Bedford's 
Passage to the Court of Parliament, 
1641, IL 43. 

Oademaa, Thoe. Dedication in The 
Distiller of London. 1639, IV. 135. 

Oademaa, Wm., Bookseller, 1668, IL 
159; 1670, L 44; 1671, IL 144; 
1672, IL 168, IL 553; 1673, L 13, 
IL 488, 513, IV. 95 ; 1674, IL 321; 
679, 691, IIL 68, 173 ; 1675, IIL 
69, A. 201 ; 167(5, IL 391, III. 70, 
309 ; 1677, IL 513, 553; 1680, IL 
641, III. 240 ; 1683, HL 25, 62 ; 
n.d,, IL 384, IIL 24, 236. 

Oadion, A: Translated The Porteous of 
Nobleness, 1508, H. 478. 

Oadxnan, Thos., Bookseller, Bible, St, 
Faults Churchyard, 1584, H. 108, 
360; 1585, H. 238, IL 129, 193; 
1586, H. 643, II. 641; 1587, U. 
108, 238, 652, IL 166, 168; 1588, 
H. 239, II. 166, IV. 4j 1589, H. 
182, 240, 325, 643, IL 53, 195, IIL 

34- 
Oadwell, John, Printer, 1661, IIL 31, 

IL 686. 

OsBlia, Sonnets to the fairest. W. 
Percy, 1594. 

Oaliano, T. Love's Martyr, trans, R. 
Chester, 1601, H. 100. 

Oalica, by F. Greville, Lord Brooke, 
in Works, 1633. 

Oaen, Isaac, Printer, Dort, 1599, H. 
218, IL 240. 

OSML printed, 1593, I. 161. 

Oaen Printers. E. A., 1591. Clafide 
de Blanc, 1660. P. le Chandelier, 
n.d. 

Oasar, Julius. Commentaries, 1530, 
n. 322; 1565, 1590, IL 323. Ab- 
stract^ 1 53 1, IL 323. Observations 
on, by G, Edmonds, 1600. — Tragedy 
of. Thos, May, n.d, — and Pompey, 
Tragedy of, [1606], BL 470; 1607, 



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H. 470. — and Pompey, Tragedy of. 
G, Chapman^ 163 1. 

OsBsar, JohiL T, B's Rebellion of 
Naples, 1647, ded, to, 

CsBsar, Sir Julius. Ancient State . . . 
of Court of Requests, 1597, L 64. — 
Mentioned in F, DamsarCs Anagram- 
mata, 1603, and T. Churchyard a 
Wonders of the Air, 1602, H. 109. — 
Elegy on the death of. F, Quarles, 
1636, I. 347. 

CsBsar, Philipu Discourse against 
Usurers, 1578, I. 64. 

CsBsar Borgia. Tragedy by N. Lee, 
1680. 

Oasar, England's, ff. Fetowe, 1603. 

Csesaris Portus Iccius illustratus. TF. 
Somner and Q, Du Fresne, 1694. 

Csesars, History of the twelve. Sne- 
tfmius, 1606. — History of the twenty. 
Herodian, 1629. — ^Analecta de XI L 
primis Caesaribus. E. Leigh, 1647. 

0»sar*8 Dialogue. E, Nesbit, 1601. 

Cain and Abel, Song of. J. Brad/o7'd*8 
Complaint of Verity, 1559. 

Caine, Capt. John. J. Langston'a 
Lusus Poeticus, 1675, '^^ ^^' 

Caimes, John, Printer^ Edinburgh, 
1680, L 347. 

Caixrerden, Sir. Thos. Z>. Caio's 
Precepts, 1560, ded, to. 

Oaius, J. De Antiquitate Canta- 
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— De Canibus Britannicis, 1570, II. 
76. — Book or counsel against the 
disease . . . sweate, 1552, H. 71, L 
64. — Of English Dogs, 1576, H. 71. 

Cains Marius, History and fall of. T, 
Otway, 1690. 

Calabria, Dreadful News, or Relation 
of Earthquake in, 1638, H. 175, L 
64. — Strange News out of, 1586, II. 
422, III. 296. — Strange News out of, 
prognosticated in 1586, by J, Doleta, 
1587, H. 161. 

Calais, Admonition to. J?. P., 1557. 
— De Calisio capto, Panegyricus 
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K. Charles sailing from, to the North 
of England, 1648, II. 105.— and 
Boulogne, The Manner of the 
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Calamy, E. England's Looking Glass, 
1642, IV. T24. — The Great Danger 



of Covenant-breaking : in A Phenix, 
1650, rV. 150. — The Saint's Trans- 
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the life of Increase Mather, 1725, 
L 285.— To Rob, Wilde, In the 
words of his own poem on Mr. E. 
Cakmy, 1662. — Upon the impripon- 
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1663. Answered, 1663, H. 656. — 
'Imprimatur,' 1653, H. 317. — and 
others. The Conspiring of the 
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1641, rV. TO. 

Calander, Earl of. His departure and 
stay in England. M. LivingstorCs 
Patronus redux, 1682. 

Calanthe. Thos, Rawlins, 1648. 

Calanthrop and Lucilla, History of. 
J, Kennedy, 1626. 

Calderon, Don Rodrigo, Relation of 
the death of. News from Spain, 
1622, 11. 571. 

Calderwood, D. Altare Damascenum, 
1623,11. 678. — Epitomised Jas. Mel- 
ville's Black Bastel, H. 387.— Perth 
Assembly, 161 9, III. 28. — True His- 
tory of the Church of Scotland, 
1680, IL 76.--The Altar of Da- 
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Caldwell, Eliz., and others. True Dis- 
course of the practises of. Gilbert 
Dugdale, 1604. 

Caldwell, Jas. The Countess of Mar's 
Arcadia, 1625, III. 28. 

Caldwell, Thos., and others, True Dis- 
course of the practises of. Gilbert 
DiLgdale, 1604. 

Caledonia, a health to, [1690], III. 55. 
— Congratulatory Poem . . . safe 
arrival of the Scots Fleet in, [1699], 
III. 55. — Letter to the Scots Colony 
of, 1699, II. 545. — Recruits for, 
from the rising sun, 1699, II. 545. 

Caledonia Triumphans. A, Fennecuic/c, 
1699. 

Caledonian Forest /. Hepvoith, 1641. 

Caledonian Project, Enquiry into the, 
1701, II. 687. 

Caledonia's Complaint and Resolution, 
[1700], IL 345. — Covenant. G. 
L^auder\ 1641, H. 329. 

Caledon's Complaint against infamous 
libellers. Sir W, M\\ire\ 1641. 

Calendar, A., 1602, IV. 1 1. — Memorial 



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Verses on the Ecclesiastical and 
Civil T, Streete, 1667.— Treatise 
of the. J. B,y 1598. 

Galendaiiiim Carolinum. G. Wharton^ 
1665. — Ecdesiasticum. Geo, Whar- 
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Gales Passion, History of. Geo. Tooke, 
1654. 

Calf with a white face, A, 1649, II. 
650. 

Calfield, H. Passion of a Discontented 
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Oalfine, G. A Mess of Potage, 1642, 
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Caligula Tragedy by/. Crotcne, 1698. 

Caliope's Cabinet Opened. Jos. Scdier, 
1665. 

Galiato, or the Chaste Nymth. J. 
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Gall to repentance to all true English 
hearts, 1594, II. 34. 

CaUemont, Nicholas, Printer, Paris, 
16284 I. 78. 

CaUes, Helen. Arraignment and exe- 
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Callettes and Drabbys, The XX. Orders 
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Callieres, De. Lover's Logic, 1670, II. 
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Galligrapby. David Browne^ 1622. 

Gallirhoe. Wm. Barclay, 161 5. 

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Oalprenede, Gualtierde Costes, Seigneur 
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1654-8, H. 72; Bk. L, 1663, H. 
72 ; Bks. I., XII., and last, 1659, L 
64; Bk. IV., 1656, IL 688; Bk. 
v., 1650, IL 688 ; Bk. VII., 1658, 
IL 163 ; Bk. VnL, 1658, H. 72, IL 
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163; Bk. IX., 1659, II. 163; Bks. 
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Galtlia Poetanim. Thos. Guiwode, 

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Galthrop, C. Relations between a Lord 
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Calthrop, Sir Martin, and Sir W. 
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Calunba Wool, Some Observations 
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Calvary, Mysteries of, opened and im- 
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Calve, John. Verses in The Husband, 
1614. II. 298. 

Calyer, E. Divine Passions, 1643, ^* 
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EL 72. — Passion and discretion in 
Youth and Age, 1641, H. 72, II. 77. 
— Royal Vision, 1648, H. 72, II. 77. 
— Zion's thankful Echoes, 1649, H. 
72, IL 77. 

Calverly, W. Dialogue between 
Plaintif and Defendant, n.d, H. 72. 

Calvert, Eliz., Bookseller, Black Spread 
Eagle, Barbicon, 1665, III. 91 ; 
1668, IV. 10; 1673, III. 307. 

Calvert, Sir Geo., Letter by Gapt Ed: 
Wynne to, 1621, III. 269. 

Calvert, Geo., Bookseller, Half-Moon, 
St. PauTs Churchyard, 1652, I. 6; 
1653, IIL 51; 1655, L 314, 388; 
1668, IL 619; 1670, IL 619; 1674, 
L 388. 

Calvert, Giles, Bookseller, Black Spread 
Eagle, St. Paulas Churchyard, 1643, 
IL 476; 1644, IV. 18; 1645, i^' 
73; 1646, IIL 223; 1647, L 98, 
II. 640; 1648, IL 340, IV. 131, 
686; 1649, IL 213, IV. 74, 125; 
1650, IL 233, 238, 265, 304, 682, 
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Oare causeth me to cry, newly altered, 
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CJareM father and pious child. Wm, 
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Oareless Lovera. E. Bavenserofty 1673. 

Carew, Sir Alex. Speech or Confes- 
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Oarew, Bamfylde Moore, Relation of 
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Oarow, Lady Eliz. Mariam, 1613, H. 
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Lord Bemers, «t the instance ol — 
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Oaaraw, Sir Geo. Poems, H. 75, L 66. 
— Mentioned in F, Davison's Ana- 
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Caraw, Geo. Remonstrance of Uie in- 
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CJartw, John, and others. Speeches 
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Oarow, Sir Peter. Life hy J. Yowell, 
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Oarew, Rich. A Herring's Tayle, 1 598, 
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1602, L 66. — ^Translated J. HuarU^s 
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Carew, Thos. A Rapture, H. 75. — An 
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— Poems, 1640, H. 75; 1642, 1651, 
1670, H. 75, IL 67. — Song off when 
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— The Amourouse- Ely, H. 75. — 
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1635. Genethliacum . . . Caroli et 
Manss, 1631. V. MalvezzPs Romu- 
lus and Taiquin, 1638. G. Sandy t^ 



Paraphrase on the Divine Poem, 
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Oarew, Thoa, of Tipperary. See Carve, 

Oarew, Thos. and Geo. Fraud and 
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1681, IL 81. 

Oarey, Sir Edro. E. Gardiner's Trial 
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Oarey, Sir Gea DowlaruTs Songs, 
1597. A. Fleming's Monomachie of 
Motives, 1582 ; Diamond of Devo- 
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1 594. Tk, Morle^s Canzonets, 1597. 
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161 2. W, Warmer's Pan, his syrinx, 
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Oarey, Hen. and Thos. Contrihuted to 
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Oarey} Sir Roh., and others. Book of 
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Oaridoki, Joan, and others. Examination, 
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Oarier, B. Letter to some friends in 
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Oarleton, Sir Dudley. Speech, 16 18, 
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Oarleton, Ed. Diana, Duchess of 
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Oarleton, Geo. Examination of those 
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82. — Contributed to Bodleiomnema, 



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Carleton, John. The Replication, 1 663, 
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Carleton, Mary : The counterfeit Lady, 
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Oarleton, Capt. S. D. LuptorCs Em- 
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Oarliell, Lod. Arviragus and Phi- 
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Carlisle, Chas., Earl of. Sieur De La 
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Carlisle, Edw., Earl of. T. Dur/et/'s 
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Carlisle, Jas., Earl of. Ja9. Hairs 
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Carlisle, Lady. Portrait in K Wallers 
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Carlisle, Lucy, Countess of. Sir Toby 
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Carlisle, Rob., Report of the most 
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Carnarvon, Marquis of. . R. Neale's 
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Carolina, Account of the province of. 
S. Wilson, 1682. — Brief Description 



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Carre, Hen., Bookseller^ 1573, IL 660; 
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602; 1579, IL 179, 305, 356, 427, 
568, 634; 1580, H. 404, II. 174, 
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533» 556, 568, IIL 189; 1587, IL 
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Carre, John. A Larume Bell for Lon- 
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Carrell, Sir Edw. J. Selden's The 
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Carrell, Mr. Secretary, Letters in A 
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Carrey, £. Serious nieditatiou for 
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Carrick Town and Castle, Taking of: 
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Carrier, Dr. A Courier to the King, 

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Carrington, Lord. J. W.^s Academy 

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Carmthers, Th., Bookseller^ Edinhurglu 

1695, IV. 102; 1700, IV. 30. 



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Garter, Balz. The Wise King and 
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Garter, John. Epitaph in The Bloody 
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Gartwright, T. Certain Articles col- 
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Gary, Lady Martha. Af. de Vauron- 
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1583, H. 77, IL 85 ; 161 1, IIL 32 ; 
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477- 
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OATHOUOA 



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Oansea that be proponed and traced in 



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Ohalkhill, J. Thealmer and Clearchus, 
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Chaloner, £. Preface in /. Bede's 
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Chaloner, Jas. P. De Sandival's Civil 
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Tlie Swaggering Damsel, 1640, H. 
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Chamberlen, Peter, England's Choice, 
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II. 391; 1639, IL 164; 1640,1V. 
123; 1641, L 349; 1642, II. 24, 
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Ghapmaa, Livewell, Booksellery 1651, 

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1654, IIL 52, 248, L 488; 1655, 
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1658, IL 6, 180, rV. 81 ; 1659, H. 
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Ohapmui, Rich. Halleluiah, 1634, II. 

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Chard, Thos., Bookseller, 1582, I. 256, 
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1591, L 159; 1593, IL 261 ; 1600, 
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Charenton, Bookseller, S. Petit, 1644. 

Charges issuing forth of the Crown 
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Charing Cross, Last Will and Testa- 
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Chariama. Wm, looker, 1597. 

Charity, Treatise of. T. Lupsei, 1535. 
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g^ft for his majesty, 1644, I. 79. — ^A 



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new-year's gift for the King, 1649, 
111. 38. — A new-year's gift to be pre- 
sented to, 1647, II. 102. — A true 
relation and journal, i623« IIL 35. — 
Abrege de la vie et du regne de, 1664, 
II. 105. — Academiao Glasguensia 
ClaTisterion, 1633, H. 87, III. 35. — 
AoceBsion, Proclamation announcing, 
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Boydj 1633. — Adminible and notable 
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ut Scotch and English, 1646, IL 
101.— and O. Cromwell united. W. 
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1630,111.35. Three several Treatises 
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— and Prince Rupert: The Bloody 
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Arrival, entertainments, &c., in the 
Spanish Court, 1623, H. 85. Articles 
du manage entre le Prince de Gales 
et rinfante d'Espagne, 1623, H. 85, 
I. 77. Bref de nostre S. pere le Pape 
Oregoire V., 1625, L 77. Carolus 
Redux, 1623, H. 85, L 77. Gratu- 
latio Acad. Cantab, de Principis 
reditu, 1623, H. 85, I. 76. Gratu- 
laCio de Carol! principis in Hispaniam 
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from Spain, 1623, H. 85. Joyful 
return . . . from the Court of Spain, 
1623, H. 85, IIL 35. Lettre au 
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H. 85, II. 25. Panegyrique a, 
1623, H. 85, I. 77. Presens admir- 
ables du Roy d Eepagne au Prince 
de Gales, &c, 1623, H. 85, L 77. 
Relation de Tarrivee en la cour ilu 
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Responce du Prince de Galles aux pro- 
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journal of arrival, entertainment, &c., 
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36; Observations on, IL 96. — An- 
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Answer to a late Petition, 1643, IL 
100. — Answer to a Letter concerning, 

1647, IL 102. — Answer to A Remon- 
strance, or Declaration of the Lords 
and Commons, 1642, 1 1. 95. — An- 
swer to the Petition of tho House of 
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the Petition of the Lords and Com- 
mons, 1642, IL 97. — Answer to Pro- 
positions presented to him at Hamp- 
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positions for Peace, 1645, IIL 37. — 
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1632, H. 86, I. 78. — ^Articles ac- 
cordees entre . . . Louis XII L et 
Jacques VI., 1625, I. 77. — ^Articles 
atid charge of the Army against, 

1648, IL 16. — Articles de la paix 
accordees entre le Roy de France et, 
1629, L 78. — Articles of Peace be- 
tween Great Britain and France, 
1629, IL 92. — Ballad of Gireat 
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IL 92. — Blood for Blood, 166 1, H. 
408. — Bloody news from the Isle of 
Wight: Plot against, 1648, H. 90. — 
Brief narrative of the late treacherous 
and horrid design, 1643, L 79. — C. 
R in a Cloud, 1647, H. 688. — Can- 
tabrigiensium Dolor et Solamen . . . 
successio Regis Caroli, 1625, H. 85, 
III. 35. — Carolides, 1632, H. 86. — 
Carolldes ad. D, EcMin^ 1630. — 
Oertamen ReGgiosum : or Conference 
between Earl of Worcester and. T. 
Bayly ^ 1649. — Chronosticon decolla- 
tionis Caroli Regis. E, Berdowes, 
1648. — Civitatis Amor : Entertain- 
ment at receiving of. T, Middleton, 
1 6 1 6. — Congratulatory salve to. A b, 
Hollanti^ Posthuma, 1626. — Court of. 
In Sir A. WMon^s Court of James 
1 , 1650. — Cuique suum, Ac, 1635, 
H. 87.— Death : A Coffin for K. 
Charles, 1649, H. 13a A Faithful 



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subject's sigh on the death of, 1649, 
H. 91, XL 104. A groan at the 
funeral 0^ 1649, H. 91. A Miracle 
of miracles wrought by the blood of, 
1649, H* 9h L 80. A sad sigh, 
with some heart-cracking groans, 
1649, H. 91. An Anniversary upon 
the, 30th Jan. 1648. S, C7., 1650, 
II. 75. AnglisB Fairfaxismus, 1649, 
II. 693. — Caroli r« Maxoccrco IIAAIN- 
rENEXI'A, 1649, H. 92. Confession 
of R. Brandon the hangman, 1649, 
H. 55. Consolations tirees . . « a 
, laReine, 1649, II. 681. Deep groan 
fetched at the funeral of. Hen, King, 
1649. Defensio Regia pro Carolo I., 
1649, n. 104. DirsB in Angliam ob- 
patratum scelus, 9th Feb. 1649, II. 
681. Elegy and Epitaph on, 1661, 
H. 92 ; by F. H., 1649, H. 249. 
Elegy on, in G, Wither's Vaticinium 
Votivum, [1649]. El^Sy ^^ ^^® 
meekest of men, 1649, H. 91. Elegy 
or Sigh for tlie sufferings of, 1648, 
H. 91. Elegy to the memory of, 
1649, H. 91. Elegy upon the death 
of, 1649, H. 91, 11. 104. Elegy 
upon the most incomparable, 1648, 
H. 91, 92. England's sin and gbame, 

[1673]* ^- 92* Epitaph on, 1649, 
H.91. Alex. Brome, n,d. Exemplum 
sine exemplo, 1649, II* 681. Flat- 
tering Elegy on the death of, 1649, 
H. 91, I. 80. Ghost of, and Ser- 
jeant Bradshaw, 1647, III. 38. Great 
Loyalty of the Papists to. P. Du 
Moulin, 1673. Jeremias redivivus ; 
or elegiac lamentation on the death 
of, [1649], H. 91. K. Charles I. no 
man of Blood, 1649, ^^* ^^4* ^^ 
justes soupirs et pitoyables regrets 
des bons Anglois, sur la mort, 1649, 
. III. 38. Les memoires du feu Roy, 
1649, III. 38. Letter . . . miracles 
wrought by a piece of a handkerchief 
dipped in H.M.'s blood, 1649, BL 91. 
Loyalties' tears flowing after the 
blood of the Royal Sufferer. Sir J, 
Birkenheady 1649. Momento : to 
the Memory of. Sir R. Le Strange, 
1662. Monument of, 1648, H. 91. 
Monumentum Regale, 1649, H. 91, 
I. 80. Nativity of the late K. 
Charles. /. Gadhury^ 1659. — Of 



the Royal Martyr, 1683, IL 681. 
On the horrid and terrible treason 
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Panegyrick of. Sir H» Woiton, 
[1650]. Pindarique Ode on the 
murder of, 1648, H. 91 ; 1683, H. 
92. Relation de la mort barbare et 
cruelle, 1649, IL 681. Sober and 
seasonable commemoration of, 13th 
Jan. 1648, II. 115. Somnium Oin- 
tabrigiense, 1650, H. 92. Speeches 
and Prayers of some of the late 
King's Judges, 1660, IL 107. Stipen- 
darisB Lachryms, 1654, H. 92. The 
Fairie Leveller, or K. Charles his 
Leveller described, 1 648, H. 9 1. The 
Royal Legacies of, 1649, ^^ ^^5- 
The Royal Martyr, 1660, 1720, 11.' 
105. The Subjects' Sorrow. /. 
Brofine, 1641. The tragical Actors^, 
or Martyrdom of, 1660, H. 131, L 
81. The traitor's downfall, n.d,, H. 
95. Trial of the Judges, 1660, II L 
38. Two Elegies : one on K. Charles, 
1649, ^- 9 1- — Declaratio ad Eoclesias 
Protestantes Ultramarinas, 1644, II. 
loi. — Dedaration, 1648, IV. 20 ; 
12th Aug. 1642 (3), II. 98; 1646, 
IL loi ; 1648, II. 104. — Declaration 
after his late Victory against the 
Rebels, 1642, II. 99. — Declaration 
after his victories over Ld. Fairfax 
and Sir W. Waller, 1643, IL 
100. — Declaration • . . causes . . . 
to dissolve last parliament^ 1628, 
IL 92; 1640, IL 93.' — Declara- 
tion concerning his going away from 
Hampton Court, 1647, IL 102. — 
Declaration concerning his proceed- 
ings with his subjects of Scotland, 
1640, 1 1. 93. — Declaration concern- 
ing lawful sports, 1633, H- ^^' — 
Declaration concerning lea vies, 1642, 
IL 95. — Declaration in answer to a 
Declaration of the L. and C, 1642, 
IL 97. — ^Declaration left at Hampton 
court, 1647, II. 102. — ^Declaration 
occasioned by a false and scandalous 
imputation, 1642, IL 95. — ^Decla- 
ration ... of his intentions in 
advancing to Brainceford, 1642, IL 
95. — Declaration of the order of the 
treaty between the King and the 
Lords and Commons, 1648, IL 103, 



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Declaration of the title of Prince 
diaries, 1613, 1. 234. — Declaxation of 
the reasons of his proceedings, 1647, 
II. 102. — ^Dedaiation, published with 
the advice of his Privy Council, 
1641, IL 93. — Declaration sent to 
the Speaker of the House of Peers, 

1647, II. 102. — Declaration to both 
houses, 1 641, IL 94. — Declaration 
to his subjects in the Duchy of Com- 
vrail, 1643, IL Id. — Declaration to 
his subjects of his kingdom of Scot- 
land, 1643, IL 10 1. — Declaration to 
the Lords ... at York, 1642, IL 97. 
— Declaration upon a late paper, *' A 
Declaration and Protestation of the 
L. and C," 1642, IL 99. — Declara- 
tion . . . together with the Answer 
of both Houses of Parliament, 1642, 
IL 99. — ^Declaration, New, and mes- 
sage ptesented in the Isle of Wight 
to, 1648, IL X03. — ^Decree made in 
the High Court of Star Chamber, 
1633, LL 92. — ^Defence of the royal 
martyr. Wm, Baron^ 1699. — De- 
fence of the Vindication of. J, Wag- 
ttaffey x66a — Delightful news for 
all Loyal subjects, 1642, IIL 36. — 
Demands to the House of Parlia- 
ment, 1642, IIL 282. — Desires and 
command to all Trained Bands on 
this side Trent, 1642, IV. x8.— Dis- 
cours du bon et loyal subject ... a 
la Reyne, 1648, IL 681. — ^Duces 
Eboiacenses, 1633, H. 87, L 78. — 
Eisodia musarum Edinensium, 1633, 
H. 87, L 7a— England's Comfort 
and London's joy. /. TViy/ar, 1641. 
— England's joy and sorrow, 1641, 
H. 87. — ^Entertainment and London's 
Loy^ty. •/. ^6p(rt^^ 1 64 1. — Enter- 
tainment at Chester, 1642, H. 89. 
— Entertainment at York, 1641, H. 
88. — Entertainment by the Royalists 
of Huntingdon, 1645, H. 90. — Enter- 
tainment into Edinburgh, 1633, H. 
87. — Entertainment into Scotland, 
Aug. 13, i64i,H. 88 ; Aug. 14, 1641, 
H. 88. — Enlevement du Roy, 1647, 
IL 681. — ^Eucharistica Oxon., 1641, 
H. 88, L 79. — Faithful and impar- 
tial relation of what passed between 
His Majesty and the Commissioners, 

1648, IL 104. — Famous tragedy of 



1649, 1709, H. 91. — Final Remon- 
strance or message, 1648, 11. 103. 
— Five noble speeches to H.M., re- 
turning out of Scotland, 1641, H. 88. 
— Full relation of passages concern- 
ing the late Treaty for a Peace, 1645, 
IL 10 1. — Golden Apopthegms of. 
Th(>%, Bayly ^ 1 660. — Gratulatoria. A . 
CHU, 1 64 1. — Heads presented by the 
Army to, 1647, IL 102. — His Birth- 
right. By P. Afackenziej 1633. — His 
case. John Cooke^ 1649. — ^^^ ^^ 
remonstrance to the Kingdom of 
England, 1646-7, IL 68a — His 
paper . . • touching Episcopacy, 
1648, rV. 1 25. — His receiving of the 
propositions for Peace at Newcastle, 

1646, IL 680. — His welcome home. 
John Bond, 1641. — His welcome to 
Court . . . from Spain. W, HockJiam, 
1623. — Histoire entiere et veritable 
du, 1650, IL 105. — History of. Wm, 
Lilly, 1725. — Horti Carolini Rosa 
Altera, 1640, H. 87, I. 79. — II 
glorioso trianfo, 1625, II. 92. — Im- 
perial achievement of, [1625], H 86. 
— Instructions to his ConiTiiissioners 
of Array, 1642, II. 96. — Instructions 
to the Earl of Northampton, 1642, 
IV. 19. — Instructions unto all 
Bishops, 1626, III. 35. — Irenodia 
Cantab., 1641, H. 88. — Iter Cnro- 
linum. Tko8, Manhy, 1660. — Joy- 
ful News from the King, 1642, II. 
680. — King Charles vindicated. 
R D., Earl of Kutsex, 1648. — Last 
farewell to the World, 1648, H. 90, 
IL 681. — Last answer to the Papers 
and Propositions of the Commissioners 
of Scotland, 1644, II. 101. — Letter 
from, at Oatelands, 1647, IL 103. — 
Letter 24th Jan. in Answer to the 
Petition of both houses, 1641, II. 94. 
— Letter to both houses, 1641, II. 94. 
— Letter to the Keeper of the Great 
Seal, 1641, II. 94. — Letter t© the 
Lord Mayor and Aldermen of London, 

1647, II. 102. — Letter to the Lords 
of the Privy Council of Scotland, 
1642 (2), II. 97. — Letter to the Mar- 
ques of Ormoud, 1646, IIL 37. — 
Letter to the Mayor of Hull, 1642, 
II. 680. — Letter upon HM.'s Coming 
to Holmby, 1646, IL loi. — Letter^ 



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in the Lord \Villou<^hby of Parham's 
Letters, 1642, IL 94. — Letters . . . 
coQceming a Treaty of Peace, 1^43) 
IL 100. — Letters, instructions, &c., 
in G, Burnetts Lives of James and 
William, Dukes of Hamilton, 1677. 
— Lettre aiix Parlemens d'Angleterre, 
1646, II. 680. — Lettre sur la Decla- 
ration du Boy d'Angleterre, 1624, I. 
77. — Life and reign of, 1658, IL 
105. — Life and reign. Sir H, Le 
Strange, 1651 ; WrtL Sandersorij 
1658. — Maje;ity in misery, 1681. IL 
105. — Manifesto, 1649, IIL 38. — 
Matters of High consequence con- 
cerning the great Affairs of the King- 
dom, 1642, III. 36. — Memoirs of the 
reign of. Sir P, Warwick, 1701. — 
Message and Propositions from the 
Isle of Wight, 1647, IL 102. — 
Message . . . concerning Disbanding 
of both Armies, 1643, ^* ^^o. — 
Message sent to Parliament, 8th April 
1642 ; Resolution to go into Ireland, 
IL 94. — Message to both Houses, 
14th Feb. 1641, IL 95 ; X5th March 

1 64 1, II. 95 ; nth July 1642, II. 97. 
— Message to both Houses, 1642-3, 
IIL 37. — Message to both houses 
. . . from the I^^le of Wight, 1647, 
IL 102 ; 1648, lY. 20. — Message to 
both houses in prosecution of Peace 
by a personal treaty, 1647, ^- 102. 
— Message to the House of Com- 
mons, 1641, IL 94 ; 1642, IV. 19. 
— Messages for Peace and a Per- 
sonal treaty, 1648, IL 104. — Military 
Orders, n.d., H. 100. — Musarum 
Cantab. Conceutus et congratxdatio, 
1637, H. 87. — Musarum Oxon. 
Charisteria, 1638, I. 79. — Musarum 
Oxon. £pithalamia, 1643, I. 79. — 
Musarum Oxon. pro rege suo soteria, 
1633, H. 87, L 78. — Nativity of. 
John Gadbury^ 1^59* — Observations 
on the reign of. Peier Heylin, 1656. 
— Offer of Pardon to the Rebels, 

1642, II. 99. — Oratio ... ad regem 
reditu m ex Hisi^aniis. George Her- 
bert, 1623. — Orders and Directions, 
together with a Commission . . . more 
perfect information of, 1630, IL 92. 
— Ordinance ... to the Duty of 
Repentance, 1642, II. 99. — Ovatio 



Carolina, 1641, H. 88. — Panegyrick 
ta Walter Forbes, 1 633. — Panegyris 
ad. Vincent Mariner, 162^, — Papers 
of surrendring of, to English Com- 
missioners, 1647, I^« 20» — Papers 
which passed at Newcastle between 
H.M. and A. Henderson, 1649, ^^* 
105. — Petition and reasons of both 
houses to H.M. to forbeare his 
Journey to Ireland, 1642, I. 79. — 
Petition and representation of the 
gentry and others of Cumberland 
and Westmoreland, 1642, IL 97. — 
Petition or Declaration, humbly de- 
sired to be presented to, 1642, A. 
167. — ^Petition, delivered i6th July 

1642, IIL 36. — Poem on ILM.'s 
happy progress into Scotland, 1633, 
H. 87. — Poem to, in C Beidowet^ 
Lusus Posticus, 1635. — Portrait, in 
Sir IL Baker's Chronicles of Kings, 

1 643. Biodiimo's Chess Play, 1 656. 
B. BurtarCs Delights for the ingenious, 
1 684. Elegidia et poemata epi dictica, 
1631, I. 140. E, Benlow^s Threno- 
thriambeuticon, 1 660. Thos, de Gray*s 
Complete Horseman, 1639. Sir J, 
HayvtarcCs Edward VL, 1630. H, 
4r W. Lmoe^ Choice Psalms, 1648. 
W. Sanderson*s Graphice, 1658. /. 
Taylor^s English Monarchs, 1622. 
Tragicum Theatrum Actorum et 
casuum tragicorum, 1649. — Portrai- 
ture of, 1 6 16, IL 92. — Prayer of 
thanksgiving for H.M.'s late victory, 
1642, IL 94. — Private letter . . . 
present state of H.M.'s forces, 1642, 
IV. 1 8. — Proceedings in the lat« 
Treaty of Peace, 1643, rV- '9" — 
Proceedings of his Army in Chesliire, 
&C., 1642, IV. 19. — Proceedings of 
the Parliament, related to, 1628, II. 
92. — Proclamation and Declaration 
. . . occasioned by a false and scan- 
dalous imputation, 1642, IV. 125. — 
Proclamation commanding all trained 
bands to be in readiness, 1640, II. 
93. — Proclamation commanding the 
repair of all Noblemen, &c, unto 
their houses, 1638, II. 93. — ^Procla- 
mation concerning Kilnes, 1637, IL 
93. — Proclamation concerning the in- 
hubitants of Algier, &c., 1628, IV. 
18. — Proclamation concerning the 



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withdrawal of officers, 1640, IV. 93. 
—Proclamation declaring H.M.'8 plea- 
sure to confirm to his subjects their 
defective Estates, 1635, ^^' 9'* — ^^^ 
damation declaring the proceedings 
of H.M.'8 Ecclesiastical Courts, 1637, 
II. 93. — ^Proclamation for the ad- 
journment of part of Michaelmass 
term, 1642, IL 94, 99. — Proclama- 
tion for the Discovery and appre- 
hending of, 165 1, IV. 159. — Procla- 
mation for the prices of Poultry, &c., 
1633, IL 92. — Proclamation for sup- 
pressing of profane Swearing, 1635, 
II. 93. — Proclamation for taking of 
prizes at Sea, 1644, H- loi- — ^^^ 
clamation for the better government 
of ILM.'s Army, 1642, IL 99. — Pro- 
clamation for the free and safe passage 
of all persons, 1642, II. 99. — Pro- 
clamation forbidding all levies of 
Forces, 1642, IL 95. — ^Proclamation 
forbidding any ... to assist the 
Rebels, 1643, IV. 125. — ^Proclama- 
tion forbidding his subjects in Kent, 
&C., to raise any forces, 1642-3, IL 
99. — Proclamation forbidding . . . 
trained bands ... to rise, i<S43, IL 
680. — Proclamation of grace and par- 
don, 1645, IL 1 01. — Proclamation re- 
lating to church affairs in Scotland, 
1630, IL 93. — Proclamation renew- 
ing former Declarations, 1639, IL 
93. — ^Proclamation requiring the aid 
and assistance of all . . . northside 
Trent^ 1642, IL 98. — Proclamation 
testifying to the loyalty and services 
of Cornwall, 1643, IV. 125. — Pro- 
clamation that all in Office shall 
continue, 16 15, IV. 18. — Proclama- 
tion that no Popish recusant . . . shall 
serve in his Aimy, 1642, II. 98. — 
Proclamation to all inhabitants of 
Oxford, &&, 1642, IL 95. — Procla- 
mation to all seamen, &c., 1642, II. 
99. — Proclamation to summon all . . . 
as hold of ILM., by Grand Sergeanty, 
&a, 1640, IL 93. — Proclamation to 
the cities of London and Westminster, 
1642, II. 99. — Proclamations, Three, 
1642, II. 97. — Propositions of the 
Lords and Commons ... for Peace, 
1648, IV. 20. — Proteleia Anglo- 
Batava pari plus quam vii^gineo, 1641, 



I. 79. — Protestation before receiving 
the Sacrament, 1643, IV. 125. — 
Questions solved and propositions 
tended . . ..between the King and 
both Houses, A. 167. — Reasons 
against the pretended Jurisdiction of 
the High Court of Justice, 1648, II. 
104. — ^Recit du combat . . . entre 
PArmee du Roy et cella du parlement, 
1642, II. 680. — Relation de lamarche 
du Roy, 1642, II. 681. — Relation of 
his coming to Coventry, 1642, III. 
283. — ^Relation of his setting up of 
his Standard at Nottingham, 1642, 
IV. 18. — Resolution concerning tlie 
Lord Mayor of London, 1642, III. 
282. — Rex Redux, 1633, H. 87, I. 
78. — Rex, Pater Patriae. Z. Boyd^ 
1633. — ^Royal protestation to the 
Dukes ... at Beverley, 1642, III. 
282. — Scotland's welcome to. W, 
LdthgotD, 1633 ; David Primrose, n,d. 
— Scutum Regale, the royal Buckler. 
(7. Bonde^ 1660. — Second Messsge 
concerning Sir J. Hotham's refusal 
to give entrance into Hull, 1642, If. 
94. — Secret History of, 1693, IL 
257. — Short discourse ... of un- 
happy differences between the Parlia- 
ment and, 1643, IIL 36. — Solis Bri- 
tannici Perigoeum, 1633, H. 87. I. 
78. — Some Observances concerning 
jealousies between King and Parlia- 
ment, 1642, IV. 19. — Some passages 
that happened 9th March between 
H.M. and the Committee of both 
houses, 1641, IL 94; 1641-2, II. 94. 
— Speech in the House of Commons, 

1641, L 29; 4th Jan. 1641, IL 93 ; 
22nd Jan. 1643, II. 100. — Speech and 
protestation, 19th Sept. 1642, IL 99. 
— Speech . . . concerning the Queen's 
going into Holland, 1641, IL 93. — 
Speech to the Lady Elizabeth and 
Duke of Gloucester, 1648, IV. 126. 
— Speech upon the scaffold, 1649, II. 
104, IV. 20. — Speeches, Messages, 
and Answers, Collection of, 1642, IL 
95. — Synodia, sive musarum Canta- 
brigiensium concentus, 1637, I. 79. 
— The Cavalier's Advice to H.M., 

1642, IIL 282. — The faerie leveller, 
1648, IIL 38.— The faithful, yet im- 
perfect, Character of a Glorious King, 



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:i 



1 68 1, II. 105. — Tlie four Billa sent 
to the King, 1647, III- 37* — The 
Frontispiece of the King's Book 
opened, [1649], H. 91. — The King's 
Cabinet opened, 1645, 1649, ^^ ^o'* 
— ^The Loyal Mourner. A. Sadler, 
1660. — ^The Loyal Subject's well 
wishing, II. 103. — ^The People's echo 
to the Parlianient'dDeclarationa,i648, 
11. 104. — The Princely Pelican, 1649, 
I. 80. — ^The none-such Charles his 
character, 1651, L 81. — The tablet 
or moderation of. /. Amwayj 1661. 
— Three Declarations, 1642, III. 283. 
— ^Titles of. Declaration of K. Jaines, 
1613, I. 234. — Trial: Charges of 
the Commons of England against, 
1648. IV. 20. Copy of the Journal 
of the High Court of Justice for 
the trial, 1684, IV. 126. England's 
Black tribunal, 1660, IL 202. List 
of the names of the Judges, 1649, 
IV. 126. Perfect narrative of the 
whole Proceedings, 1648, IL 104. 
Reasons against the pretended Juris- 
diction of the High Court of Justice, 
1648, IV. 126. The charge against 
the King discharged, 1649, IV. 126. 
The Great Memorial : List of the 
pretended Judges, 1660, II. 681. 
The High Court of Justice at West- 
minster arraigned, H. 92. — True 
manner of the, H. 92. — True abstract 
of a List . . . entertainments allowed 
to his Officers, 1647, IIL 37, H. 167. 
— True efl&gies of, 1641, H. 87. — 
True Protestant's humble desires to 
the King, 1647, H. 90. — Truths from 
Leicester and Nottingham . . . Peti- 
tion of Women of Leicester to, 1642, 
H. 89. — Tweed's Tears of Joy to. G. 
Lauder^ 1639. — Two Letters, 1642, 
IL 97. — Two Petitions, 1642, III. 
283. — Two Proclamations, 1642, IL 
94. — Two Speeches, 1642, IL 95. — 
Verses composed upon his first im- 
j>ri8onment in the Isle of Wight, 
1648, IV. 125. — View of the Reign 
of, 1704, IV. 126. — ^Vindication of, 
1642, IV. 125. — ^Vindication of. E, 
Sf/mmons, 1648. — ^Virtus Rediviva: 
Panegyrick to. Tfios, Ford, 1660. — 
Vitis Carolinse gemma altera, 1633, 
I. 78. — Voice of K. Charles the father 



to Charles the Son. A. Evans, 1655. 
— Works : Basilika, 1662, IL 91. 
BibHotheca Regia, 1659, IL 91. 
Eikon Basilike, 1649, ^'7^i ^^- 9^ i 
1616, n. 211 ; 1685, II. 91. Vin- 
dicisB Eikon Carolines ; or Defence 
of Eikon Basilke. H. HoUingworih, 
1692. Reliquias Sacrae Carolinee, 
[1648-9], [1649], 1650, II. 91.— 
JEliatCs Tactics, 16 16. Almcm»or^8 
life, Ashley, 1627. Anonymns 
Eremite^ Visible Sacrifice, 1637. F, 
BaeoHy Hist Nat. et Exp. Philos., 
161 2. W. Bdlenden's De Statu 
prisci orbis de Regione, 161 5. «/. 
Barclay's AT<;eiiiBy 1629. L. Bayly's 
Practice of Piety, 1 6 1 3. W, Clemens* 
Tiinobantiados, 1636. E. Dames* 
Art of War, 1629. (?. Donaldson's 
Synopsis CEconomica, 1624. T, 
Brown's Life and reign of Eliza- 
beth, 1629. D, Featleifs Cygnea 
Ciintio, 1629. G. Gavle's Practique 
Theories, 1629. A, GUVs Parerga, 
1 63 2. J, Hagthorpe's Visiones rerum, 

1623. R, HarcourVs Voyage to 
Guiana, 1613. Sir R. UawMns* 
Voyage in South Sea, 1622. M. 
HudsoTi^s Divine Right of Govern- 
ment, 1647. ^' Hwne's Apologia 
1 >asilika, 1626. N. Hunt's Judiciary 
Exercises, 1632. A, Irvincfs De 
Jure regni, discepsis, 1627. Works of 
James /., 1 6 1 6. Wm. Lauds Speech, 
1 63 7. Sir W, LeightoTCs Tears, 1624. 
C. Lever's Defenders of the Catholic 
Faith, 1627. F. MalvezzCs Romulus 
and Tarquin, 1637. G. Mdlynes' 
Centre and Circle of Commerce, 1623. 
Count Mansfidds Directions for War, 

1624. F, Markliam's Epistles of 
War, 1622. R, May's Henry IIL, 
1 633 ; Edward IIL, 1635. •^- ^Cipier, 
Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis de- 
scriptio, 1614, W, Neade's Double 
Armed Man, 1625. H, Peake's 
Meditations, 1646. T. PornlVs 
Search of Records, 1622. A. Rath" 
l^on^s Surveyor, 16 16. T, Rymn's 
Defenftio, 1624. G, Sandys' Para- 
phrase, 1638. Tho, Scofs Votivsa 
Anglias, 1614. Capt J, Smith's New 
England, 1616. /. Stoic's Annals, 
161 5. S, Ward* 8 Loadstone, 1646 



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D, Watson's Poems, 1623. /. Wo- 
droepMs Spared hours of a Soldier, 
1623. J. WoodaWs Soigeon's mate, 
1639, ded. to. 
Charles L and Henrietta Maria. Ana- 
grammata Begia, [1626], H. 86. — 
Brief relation . . . the Queen's land- 
ing in Burlington Bay, 1642, L 79. 
— ^Discourse of the Royal Passages, 
Triumphs, &c, at the contract and 
marriage of, 1625, H. 85. — Ecloga 
Regalis. Adam Abemethy, 1625. — 
£clogue ou chant pastoral sur les 
Nopces, 1627, H. 86. — England and 
France, Hand in Hand, Triumphing 
for Contract of marriage between, 
1625, H. 85. — Entertainment at 
Richmond, 1636, H. 87, 11. 92. — 
Epithalmia Ozoniensia, 1625, H. 86, 
L 77. — ^Epithalamium a musis Can- 
tabrigiensibus decantatura, 1625, H. 
86. — Epithalamium Gallo-Britanni- 
cum. G, MareeUine, 1625. — Euphe- 
mia, 1631, H. 86. — Flos Britannicus 
Teris novissimi filiola C. et M., [1636], 
H. 87, 1. 78. — Genethliacum, a musis 
Cantabrigiensibus celebraturo, 1631, 
L 78, H. 86. — II glorisso trionfo et 
ordine delle ceremonie fatte nel mat- 
riraonio, 1625, H. 86. — In nuptiis. 
W. Qmn, 1625. — ^L'Adieu de la 
Reyne d' Angle tene a la France, 1625, 
H. 86. — ^L'Ordie des ceremonies au 
manage, 1625, H. 86, L 77. — Le 
Triomphe glorieux et I'ordre de cere- 
monies au manage, 1625, H. 86. — 
Mosarum Oxon. Epibateria, 1643, ^* 
89. — News from Holland : Entertain- 
ment of the Queen, 1642, H. 89. — 
Petition of divers Gentle women, 
&C., to, 1641, H. 88. — Petition of 
many thousands . . . staying the 
Queen's voyage into Holland, 1641, 
H. 88. — Relation of Triumphs and 
ceremonies observed at the marriage, 
1623, H. 86. — Song or Story for the 
lasting remembrance of divers famous 
works, &c, 1626, H. 86. — Thanks- 
giving for the safe delivery of the 
Queen, 1630, H. 86. — ^True relation 
of the treaty and ratification of mar- 
riage, 1625, H. 86. — ^Voces VotivaB 
ab Acad. Cantab, pro C. et M. prin- 
cipe filio emisBas, 1640, H. 87. 



I 



Oharles II., of England. — A Mad De- 
sign, 1 65 1, H. 92. — ^A pair of prodi- 
prals returned, 1660, H. 93. — A psalm 
of mercy, [1660], I. 81. — Academiss 
Cantab, zoztpa, 1660, H. 94, 1. 81. 
— Acrostichis. P, Wolfe, 1660. — 
Articles of Peace . . . with the States 
General, 1667, IL 112. — Articles of 
Peace, Commerce, and alliance . . . 
with Spain, 1667, II. 112. — Astresa 
Rednz : Poem on the return of. 
John Dryden, 1660. — Augustissimo 
et Optimo Regi Carolo IL, 1684, 
IIL 284. — ^Awake England, or 
the people's invitation to, 1660, II. 
202. — Bellum Belgicum Secundum, 
1665, IIL 39. — Brief Account of 
his descent, i68t, II. 682. — Britain's 
Glory, 1660, IIL 39. — Britain's tri- 
umph . . . proclamation of, 1660, 
H. 94. — Britannise Natalis, 1630, I. 
78,H. 86. — Britannia Rediviva, 1660, 
H. 94, IL 107. — Carmen Thriani- 
beuticon . . . in restaurationem. K 
JevoUf 1660. — Character of, 1660, II. 
107. W, Charleton, 1661. — Charles 
triumphant. H, Oxenden^ 1660. — 
Commission to search into and exa- 
mine the pretended sales, &c., 1660, 
IL 109. — ^Commission for the re- 
lief of poor distressed Prisoners, 1664, 

III. 39. — Congratulation for, 1660, 
H. 94. — Congratulatory poem on the 
return of. A. Brome, 1660, — Corona- 
tion, Form and order of, 165 1, IL 106, 

IV. 126. Rob, Douglas, 1 661. — Coro- 
nation, Form and order of, 1 660, H.95. 
— Coronation, Poem upon, 1661, I. 

' 8 1 . — Coronation, Proclamation declar- 
ing his pleasure touching, 1660, II. 
108. — Coronation, Triumphal Arches 
in London, 1661, H. 346. — Corona- 
tion, Verses on. John Rich, 1661 ; 
iS'tr jR. Baker's Chronicle, 1665. — 
Coronation pardon, Proclamation con- 
cerning, 1 66 1, 1 1. 109. — Death. 
Epitaphium; D.Breval, 1685. Ire- 
land's tears. M. Httetson, i6S$, Ode 
on the. T. Flatman, 1685; J. fT., 
1685,11.263. Poetnon. J.Crotowi, 
1685. Remarks on. J. White- 
halVs Miscellaneous Poems, 1685. — 
Declaration, 1649, III. 38 ; 1648, 
II. 105; 1662, II. iii; 167^, IL 



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113; 1680, IL 115, 682; 1681, II. 
116. — ^Declaration against the States 
General, 167^,11. 113. — ^Declaration 
concerning Ecclesiastical affairs, 1660, 
IL 107. — Declaration concerning the 
Citizens of London, 1648, II. 105. — 
Declaration concerning the treason- 
able conspiracy, 1683, II. 117. — 
Declaration for encouraging the Sub- 
jects of the Low Countreys, 1672, 
IL 113. — Declaration for enforcing 
a late order made in Council, 1675, 
II. 1 14. — ^Declaration for the disso- 
lution of his late Privy Council, 1679. 
IL 115. — Declaration to city of Lon- 
don, 1666, IL 112. — Declaration to 
his subjects ... of Scotland, 1650, 
II. 106. — Declaration to the King and 
Council of France, 165 1, II. 106. — 
Defence of the Papers written by, 
1686, IIL 284.— Downfall of Britan- 
nicus, &c., n,d,y H. 93. — Eikon liasi- 
like Deuteva, 1694, IL 118. — Eng- 
land's genius pleading for King 
Charles, H. 93. — England's honor 
and London's glory, 1660, H. 94. — 
England's joy for the coming in of, 

1660, H. 93, 94. — England's joy in 
a lawful triumph, n,d., H. 93. — Eng- 
land's joy : or relation of most re- 
markable passages, 1660, IL 207. — 
England's jubilee. W. Ghan^berlaine^ 
1660. — England's rejoicing, n,d.., H. 
95. — England's triumph : a more 
exact history of H.M.'6 Escape, 1660, 
IL 107. — ^England's triumph or the 
subjects' joy, w.c?., H. 93. — Enter- 
tainment at Guildhall : London's 
Glory. J, Tathamy 1660. — ^Enter- 
tainment . . . in his passage through 
. . . London, 1672. J, OgUby^ 
1672. — Epistle to the King and 
Duke, 1683, I. 82. — ^Epitaph on, 
1685, IL 118. — Eucharistica Basilice 
ad, 1660, H. 94. — Festa Georgiana, 

1661, H. 95. — Form of Prayer with 
thanksgiving, 1660, IL 106. — Gal- 
lant News, «.d., H. 94. — Glimpse of 
Joy for the happy restoring of, 
[1660], H. 93. — Gloria Britannica: 
Panegy rick on H. M. 's Passage through 
London, 1660, H. 93. — Glories and 
magnificent triumphs of the restitu- 
tion of. J<M. Heathy 1662. — Good 



news for England, n.d., H. 93.— 
Gram plus congratulation in plain 
Scots language, 1660, H. 94. Wm, 
IhuglcUf 1660. — Gratulatory poem 
to. <S. HcUandy 1660. — Great 
Britain's Jubilee. L, Reynolds^ 
1662. — His coming to Yarmouth, 
1647, IL 681. — His Entertainment 
and Ix>ndon's Loyalty. J. H.^ 1641. 
His litany, 1648, II. 105. — His 
Royal title anagramatiz'd. John 
Bowland, 1660. — His sailing from 
Callice, 1648, IL 105. — His welcome 
home. John Bond^ 1641. — History 
of. Richard Burton, 1693 ; Jos, 
Davies, 1660. — Histoire de la con- 
spiration faite centre, 1685, 1689, 
IL 1 18. — Imperfect portraiture of, 
1 66 1, II. 109. — In Holland, Relation 
. . . du Voyage et sejour, 1660, II. 
106. — In Holland, Relation of his 
voyage and residence. Sir W, Lower, 
1660, IV. 20. — In optatum reditum. 
John Walker, i66a — lo Carole, 
1660, H. 94 ; 1661, L 81. — Iter 
Australe, 1660, H 94, III. 38. — 
Joyful News to the Nation : or 
Crowning of, H. 94. — King Charles, 
his glory and Rebels' shame, n.d, H. 
93. — Landing at Dover, 1660, IIL 
38. — La Royaut^ de, 1649, IL 682. 
— Last act in the miraculous story of 
H.M. CkH. Gounter, 1846. — Letter 
and Declaration, 1660, IIL 39, II. 
106. — Letter and Declaration to . . . 
Yarmouth, 1648, I. 80. — Letter con- 
taining Remarks on two papers of 
. . . concerning Religion, 1689, IV. 
21. — Letter from . . . King of 
France in behalf of, 1652, IL 106. — 
Letter to his parliament of Scotland, 
1669, IL 112 ; 1672, II. 113. — 
Letter to the Convention of Estates 
in Scotland, 1678, II. 114. — Letter 
to the Generals of the Navy at Sea, 
1660, IL 106. — Letter to the House 
of Commons, 1661, IL no. — Letter 
to the Lady Mary, 1642, II. 681.— 
Letter to the Speaker of the House 
of Peers, 1648, II. 105. — Letter to 
F. M., Bruxels, 1660, IIL 39. — Letter 
to Mr. Cawton, 1660, 1 1. 106. — 
Letters, Two, 1660, II. 106. — Liber 
Regalis, Collection out of, 1661, IV. 



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2a — Life and reign : Augustus 
Anglicns, 1686, 1. 82. — ^London and 
£ngland Triumphant, x66o, H. 94. 
— L'ordre et ceremonies au Baptisme 
da, 1630, H. 86, I. 78. — Loyal Re- 
membrancer, 1660, H. 94. — Loyal 
subjects' exultation for the Corona^ 
tion of, n.d., H. 94 — Miraculum 
basilicum. H, Jenitiffs, 1664. — Nar- 
rative of the discovery of a most 
horrid plot against, 1683, II. 117. — 
Narrative of the Proceedings of 
H.M.'8 Privy Council in Scotland, 
1678, II. 114. — Neptune's Address 
to. J. Tathamy 1 661. -—On the 
thunder happening after the corona- 
tion ol Hen, Boldy 1661. — ^Pane- 
gyrick on. T. Dugard, 1660 ; Thos, 
Ford, 1660; Sam, Auaiin, 1661 ; F. 
Syngt, — Pancgyrick ta /. Dryden, 
1662 ; (7. Bet/nelly 1661 ; J. Eodyn, 
1661 ; Sir F, FtMue, 1662. — Pinda- 
rick Ode on. Sir F. Fane, 1685. — 
Poems on U.M.'s birth and restora- 
tion. A. Markiandj 1667. — Poem to. 
T. BraihwaUe, 1660 ; H. Beedon, 
1660; M. Llewelyn^ 1660. — ^Poem 
upon the newr marble statue of, 1684, 
IL 117. — Poem . . . upon the re- 
turn of. J. Crouch, 1660. — Portrait, 
in it Atkyns* Original and Growth 
of Printing, 1664 ; E. Berdowe^ 
Threno - Thnambeuticon, 1660 ; 
SophocM £lectra, trans, C. W., 
1649 ; Tragicum Theatrum Actorum 
et casuum Tragicorum, 1649. — Post- 
liminia Caroli IL A, Borfei, 1660. 
— Proclamation, A, i66o, IL 106. — 
Proclamation . . . accession of, 1660, 
IV. 126. — Proclamation concerning 
H.KL's pardon, 1660, IL 109. — Pro- 
clamation for apprehending certain 
offenders, 1678, IIL 39. — Proclama- 
tion for better regulating H.M.'s 
Koyal Proceeding, 1661, IL 109. — 
Proclamation for prohibiting the im- 
bezzlement of H.M.'s Stores, 1661, 
IL iia — Proclamation for restoring 
and discovering H.M.'s goods, 1660, 
IL 108. — ^Proclamation offering a free 
pardon to English Officers, 1650, lY. 
126. — Proclamation to summon the 
persons . . . who gave judgement 
. • . muEider of K. Charles L, .1660, 



IL 108, IV. 39. — Progresses: The 
Grlory of these Nations, n,d,, H. 94. 
— ^Recital of Act 16 Ch. I. c 10, re- 
specting power of the Crown, 1682, 
IL 1x7. — Relation des veri tables 
causes et des conjonctures favorables, 
1 66 1, IL no. — Resolution of, 1642, 
IL 681. — ^Roval Directions both to 
Whigs and Tories, 1682, II. 117. — 
Royal Prophecy . . . the restauration, 

1660, H. 93. — Si George's day sacred 
to the Coronation of. Hen. Bold, 
z66i. — ScholflB Edinensis in Caroli 
II. . . . restitutionem, 1661, IIL 72. 
— Scotland's ParGsnesis to. Wm, 
Douglas, i66a — Secret History of 
the reign, 1690, I. 82. The Blatant 
Beast muzzl'd, or Reflections on, 
1 69 1, IL 118. — Serious Observations 
touching.. Henry Walker, 1660. — 
Sermon ol thanksgiving for the 
happy delivery of. K M., 1683, IL 
373. — Shoit character of. John 
Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham, 1 725. 
— Sol Anglias Oriens auspiciis Caroli 
IL E, Castdl, 1660.— Sol in ascen- 
dente, or appearance of, upon the 
horiion of London. E Ashmole, 
1660. — Somnium navale, 1672, I. 
82. — Song of thanksgiving for the 
restoration of. B. Rogers, 1660. — 
Speech to the House of Peers, 1660, 
IL 107. — Speech to both Houses 
of Parliament, 1660, II. 107 (2); 

1661, II. 110 (3); 1662, IL III ; 
1663, IL III ; 1663-4, IL iii; 
1664,11. iii; 1666, IL 112; 1667, 
11. 112 ; 1669, IL 112 ; 1667*^, II. 
112; 167J, IL 113, 114; i673» 
16741 1675, 167?, 167^,1678, 1679, 
IL 114; 1680, II. 115. — Speech to 
the House of Commons, 166 1, IL 
no. — State Tracts, 1689, III. 40. — 
Stella meridiana Caroli IL, 1661, H. 
94, I. 81. — Subjects' desire to see. 
M. D., 1660, H, 136. — Supplication 
of Commission Officers ... to, 1660, 
H. 95. — ^The Covenant^ or no King 
but the old King's Son, n.d., H. 93. 
— The King advancing, 1 660, H. 93, 
I. 81. — The King's disguise, n,d,,H. 
93. — The King's evidence vindicated, 
i68r, IL 1 16.— The King's Psalter, 
1671, IV. 126. — ^The Last News from 



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Fraace : His escape from Worcester, 
n.^., H. 92. — ^The noble prodigal, 
1 660, II. X o 7. — The Prince's Standard 
set up in the Vice-Admiral, 1648, IIL 
38. — The Prologue to H.M^ 1660, 
H. 688. — The Bestoration, a country 
song, .[1661], H. 95. — The Restora- 
tion poem. JL. Brett, 1660. — The 
Restoration Ode. A, Gewley^ 1660. 
—The Royal Oak, 1682, IL 682.— 
The Royal Oak. J. Wade, n.d. ; 
J. Danverd, 1660. — The Royal Pil- 
grimage, 1660, IL 107. — The Royal 
wanderer, n.d., H. 93. — The Subjects 
joy for the King's restoration. A, 
Sadler, 1660. — ^The title of Kings 
proved to be Jure Divine. TFl P., 
1660, II. 44c. — Thrice welcome and 
happy inauguration of. G. WiUing- 
to7k, i-66a — Tq. John Dryden, 1 66 1 ; 
ThQ8, Peck, 1660 ; E, W^ler, 1660 ; 
C Wcise, 1660; /. Wenlock, 1662 ; 
S. WiUes, 1660.— To H.M. on his 
happy return. T, Edwarde, 1660. — 
Treaties of Peace with other Princes 
and States, 1686, IV. 21.— True 
account and declaration of the horrid 
conspiracy against, 1685, 1686, ^1. 
1 18. — True narrative and relation of 
H.M.'s miraculous escape from Wor- 
cester, 1660, IIL 39. — Two Letters 
from the Hague, 1649, IL 682. — 
Upon the blessed return of. John 
Law8on, 1660. — Upon the Declara^ 
tion ot N. Richards, 1660- — Virtus 
Rediviva, a panegyric to. Thos, 
Flatman, 1660. — Votivum Carolo, 
1660, H. 94, 95. — Vox Populi, 1660, 
IIL 39. — Vox populi suprema rex 
Carolus, 1660, H. 93. — White ladies, 
or H.M.'s miraculous preservation, 
1660, H 95. — Win at first, lose at 
last, [1660], L 81 : 1680, IL 115. — 
Sir R, Bakers Chrunicle, 1665. R, 
Bardaifs Apology, 1678. G. Bates, 
Elenchi motuum nuperorum, 1663. 
R j9/e>m«'« Britannia, 1673. Boethius^ 
Consolation of Philosophy, 1664. 
A, Borfefs Postliminia Caroli II. 
R. Boyle's Art of War, 1677. S. 
BuUen's Music, 1636. P, GardoneVs 
Fortunate Islands, 1661. R, Garon^s 
Loyalty Asserted, 1662. Sir G, 
Gomwallis' Henry Prince of Wales, 



1 64 1. Z>. Davies' Antiq. lingua Bri- 
tannicae, 1632. G. Dugr^s Dialogi, 
1639. P. Fisher's Deus e t Rex, 1675. 
Tombs in St. Paul's, 1684. J. 
Forster^s England's Happiness in- 
creased, 1664. S. Fovtrenfs £ng> 
land's Interest, 1663. R, FrearVs 
Ancient Architecture, 1664. L, Gra- 
Han's Espagnol, 1640. R. Herrick's 
Hesperides, 1648. Rich, Hooper's 
Works, 1682. Jas, HowdVs Foreign 
Travel, 1650. L'Idee d'une peine 
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Dictionarius, 1678. M. Manilius* 
Sphere, 1675. ^^^* Monk's Obser- 
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Ducliess of Newcastle s Life of W. 
Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, 1675. 
W. Prynne's Pleasant purge for a 
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Slieringham's King's Supremacy as- 
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Very Old Man, 1635. Jos. Yorke's 
Armour of Honour, 1640, ded, to, 

Oharles II. and Catherine. An hyme- 
nsBan Essay, or Epithalamy upon 
the royal match. J. Drape, 1662. — 
Aqua Triumphalis : Entertainment 
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— Complementum fortunatarum In- 
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Oxon., 1662, H. 96, III. 37. — Enter- 
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Oharles L of Germany [Charlemagne]. 
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Oharles V. of Spain. Answer to letters 
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Court of Love: The Armonye of 



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complaint ... to erect a new Cross, 
1 663, H. 99. — Doleful lametitatiou 



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bti 1641, H. 99, I. 83. Answer by 
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T. BezOy n.d. — Hearty confession 
of a, i593,H. 103,1. 85. — hospitality. 
O. DaJtediamp, 1632. — ^letter of cer- 
tain English Protestants, 1599, III. 
205. — ^letters. P. Bayne, 1620. — 
Library, A. Rich. Young, 1660. — 
Life, Rules of. Cyprian, 1539. — 
Life, Exercises of a. J. Loarte, 1 584. 
— Life, Memorial of a. L. de Gror 
nada, 1599. — Life and conversation 
of a. /. Calvin, 1549. — love, Idea 
of. E. Young, 1688. — Man, Excel- 
lency of a. P. De La Place, 1576. 
— Man's comfort, Ditty of a, 1586, 
XL 179. — melancholy, Historical 
Anatomy of. Edm. Gr'gttry, 1646. 
— ^men. Ordinary of, 1502, IV. 76. — 
navy. Ant. Nixon, 1602. — Notable 
deed of theconstancy of atme, 15 78-9, 
II. 122. — passions. Book of. Hen 
Lock, 1573. — pilgrim in his spiritual 



conflict. J. Cast€miza, 1652 . — poems. 
Z. Boyd, n.d. — policy. Form of, 1574* 
IL 122. — prayers and meditations. 
Hen. Bull, 1578. 

Ohristiaii Religion, Arguments f^r tke 
truth of. H Ghvtius, 1686. — Book 
of the. St. Bernardine. n.cL — Cate- 
chism of. /. Calvin, 1564. — Certain 
points of. R Saintrabb, [1589]. — 
Defence of. H. Grotius, 1676. — 
Discourse upon certain points of, 
1578, II. 122. — Easy entering into 
the chief parts of. 0. R., n.d. — 
Endeavour to make plain the, 1643, 
L 71. — Foundation oi W. Perkins, 
1635. — Grounds of. Hen. Burton, 
1636. — ^Institution ol J. Calvin, 
1562. — Questions and Answers con- 
cerning, 1635, II. 507. — Serious re- 
monstrance on behafi of. A. Bedford, 
171 9. — Trueness of the, P. de Mor- 
ney, 1587. 

Ohxistiaa ride, or state of all the world. 
Miles Coverdale, 1^4^. — ^rules. W.C, 
1659, II. 122. — shipwreck. Rocks of. 
M. A. De Dominis, 161 8. — sodality. 
R P., 1652, II. 441. — soul, Godly 
meditation ol Marguerite <fAngou- 
lernej 1548. — State of a, 1646, II. 
122. By R. Y., 1646, L 470. — 
toleration, 1664, II. 122. — thoughts 
for every day in the month, 1692, L 
422. — Trouble of a poor, for Christ's 
sake, 1568, II. 122. — turned Turk. 
R. Dabom, 161 2. — woman, Chrystcd 
glass for. P. Stubbes, 159 1. 

Ohristiana pietatis prima Institutio, 
161 5, L 85. — ^religionis, De Anti- 
quitate. Geo. Thomson, 1594. — re- 
ligion is institutio. /. Calvin, 1576. 

Ohxiiitiaiii hominis institutum, n.d,, I. 
488. 

OhristiaiiiBsiinas Christianandus, 1678, 
IL 122. 

Ohristianity, Castle ol Lewis Evans, 
1568. — Holy Life, or the beauty ol 
J. Bunyan, 1684. — Mirror of. R. 
Boreman, 1669. — Summe of, 1560, 
IIL 42. F. Lambert, 1536. 

Ohristiaiiographie. Ep Pagitt, 1636. 

CnixiBtian'B Acquiescence in all products 
of divine providence. & Ford, 1665. 
— Admonition to all faithf ull John 
Knox, 1554. — daily delight. & Was- 



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OHBisrs 



tell^ 1623, — encouragement John 
Ward, 1643. — ^Estate of, 11. 122. — 
familiar comfort •/. Norden, 1596. 
— jewelL 21 Sutton, 1624. — ^labour 
and reward. Oumail, 1672. — ^life, 
0>mpendioiLB ditty of a, 1586, II. 
179. — ^lifa and memorials of all true. 
Rob, Browne, 1582. — Looking-glass 
for all true, H. 103. — manna. 22. N., 
1613. — mourning garment Wm. 
Wonhippe, 1608. — of France, Ajk)- 
logy or Defence for, 1579, IL 694. — 
pilgrimage to his fatherland. Thoa. 
Odell, 1634. — spiritual conflict, 1657, 
L 85. — ^zodiake. J, DrexeliuB, 1643. 

Cniristianiui Londinatus : Bloody Baby- 
lon discovered, 1659, II. 122. 

GtaxistJaniui per Ignem. Increase 
Mather, 1702. 

Ohzistlanne, Wm. See Chrvftian, 

GhrifltSna, Queen of Sweden. Life, 
1656, II. 122. — Lim/s Roman Em- 
pire, translated, 1659, ded. to. 

Ghiirtlne de Pise. Book of fayttea of 
Arms and of Chivalry, 1488, H. 103. 
— Book of the Cyte of Ladyes, 1521, 
H. 103. — History of Troy, n.d,, H. 
104. — Moral Proverbs, 1478, H. 
103. 

OhxistniAS, A, Ha ! 1647, H. 104. By 
7*. H., 1647, ^- 1^9' — Answer to 
Queries touching the rise and obser- 
vation of, 1650, H. 104. — Arraign- 
menti Conviction, and imprisonment 
of, 1646, H. 104. — Canterbury's, 
1648, H. 104. — Carol, 1569, IL 123; 
1593, IL 123.— Carol, New, 1634, 
IL 123. 

dnistiiiM Carola Hump. Crouch, 
1632; C. Payne, 1569-70; T. S., 
n.d.; 1 52 1, H. 104, L 67; Kde, 
n.d., H. 104; 1567, 16x7, IL 123. — 
newly improved, r^d., H. 104. — 
authorised by the Bishop of London, 
1562-3, H. 104. — Book of, 1587, H. 
104.— -Certain Godly, 1562-3, H. 
104. — for 1634, IL 123. — Garland 
of Glad tidings, 1639, II. 123. — 
Godly, 1580, IL 123; 1589, H. 104. 
— Godly hymns and, 1579, H. 104. 
— Good and true, fresh and new, 
1642, H. 104. — New. i62t, IL 123 ; 
1661, L 67; 1663, H. 105; n.<i., H. 
105. — New book of, 1634, II. 123. — 



New, by a Burgess of Perth^ 1641, 
H. 104. — ^Three, 1564, II. 122. 

Ghristmas, Complaint of. John Tat/lor, 
1630. — Delights, 1593. H. 104, IL 
1 23. — entertainments : Bound about 
our Coal Fire, [1730], I. 86. — Exa- 
mination and trial of Old Father. 
Josiah King, 1678. — Faraway Bell, 
1647, H. Z04. — In and out. John 
Taylor, 1653. — Interlude for boys 
• . • at, 1569, H. 104. — Lamentation 
of, n,d., H. 104. — Make room for. 
L, Price, 1657. — Ordinary. W. R, 
1682, II. 508. — ^Poor prisoners' peti- 
tion for charity against, 1630, H. 
344. — Praise of, n,d., H. 104. — ^re- 
turned, Old, n.d, L 86. — the Chris- 
tian's great feast, 165 1, H. 104. By 
T. Mocket, 165 1. — Vindication of, 
i^SSi H. 104, L 85. — Warning, 
1567, IL 123. 

Ohristmaa-day, Box of spikenard newly 
broken. T. Jorden, 1661. 

GhristBUUHnre. By P. C, 1659. 

Christmas Prince, of Middle Temple, 
Writ of Privy Seal of, 1635, H. 104. 
— Prince at St John's College, Ox- 
ford, 1607, H. 105. 

Ghiisto crucifixo, Concio de. John 
Foac, 1571. 

Ohxistofel of Raremunde, Printer, Ant- 
werp, 1530, H. 7. 

Ohrlstolo^ John Butler, 1671 ; 
Misha Coles, 1671. 

Ohristoplier, K, Bookseller, 1642,1. 73, 
241, 420, III. 321 ; 1643, ^ 241* 

Ohristopher's, St, New and Strange 
News from. [By John Taylor\ 1638, 
H. 4x8. 

Ohxistopliersoii, J. Exhortation to all 
men, 1554, IL 123. 

Ghiistophillis, Richard, Relation of the 
Conversion and Baptism of, 1658, IL 
607. 

Ohrist's Chureh, Divine beginning of. 
H. Jacob, 1 6 10. 

Christ's Hospital, Psalm of Prayer and 
praise for the use of, H. 343, 1. 86. — 
Pi<alm of thanksgiving to be sung by 
Children of, 1610, H. 343, I. 86 ; 
1643, H. 343. — Present State and list 
of Children, 1689-90, III. 42. — 
Speech of a blue-coat boy to His 
Majesty, 1661, IL 682. 



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ObriBt's passion, Mirror or Glass of. 
J, Fewterer^ JS33« 

ChriBtOB, Pseuda Hump. EUia, 1650. 

ChriBtns triumphans. /. Fax, 1556. 

Chronica ex chronicis, 1592, XL 
123. 

Chronicle, A brief, 1598, 1. 86 ; [1561], 
II. 123. John Baley 1544. — A bre- 
viat, 1552, 1553, 1555, I. 86.— A 
little, [1500]. Ila^on. — A little 
short^ [15301 1- 479* — ^ short. Byd- 
dellf n.d.f IL 123. 

Chronicle of all Kings that reigned in 
England, [1590], H. 185, I. 145. /. 
Lyrfgate, 1530. — of Kings of Eng- 
land. Sir A Baker, 1643.— of the 
four principal kingdoms. J. Sleidan, 
15.63. — of the success of times. A. 
Munday, 161 1. — of Yeres, 1542; 
1544, II. 123; 1544, I. 86; 1552, 
II. 123; 1642, IV. 21. — Thefavour- 

. ites, 1 62 1, II. 123. 

OhronicleB, Epitome of. T, Lanquet 
and T. Cooper^ 1549. — of England, 
[1480], 1482, 1497, IL 198. /. Stoto, 
1 565. Abridgement of. R, Grafton, 
1562. — of England and France. R, 
Fabrian, 1516 ; Frotsmrt, 1525. — of 
England, Scotland and Ireland, B. 
Holinshed, 1557. 

Chronicon Preciosum. W. Fledwood, 

IV. 39- 

Chronicon, sive brevis enumeratio rerum 
et principum, &c. Geo. Lily, 1665. 

Chronograms, in B, Tuddle's Pax Y obis, 
1623. 

Chronographia. L. Codomannus, 1590. 

Chronometrameuiorabiliumrerum certis 
annus, &c. J, Sictor, 1646. 

Chryaanaleia, or Golden Fishing. A, 
Munday, 1616. 

Chrysomeson. B. Spenser, 1^59. 

ChryBostom, St. John. Golden Book, 
1659, II. 123. — No man is hurt but 
of himself, 1541, I. 479; 15421 HL 
284. 

ChrysothriamboB. A. Munday, 161 1. 

Chrystal Glass for Christian Women. 
P. Stuhhes, 1 59 1. — Glass of Christian 
reformation. S. Batman, 1569. 

Chudleigh, Sir Geo., and others. Decla- 
ration ... for the protection of, 1642, 

fe JI- 454- 

Cbudleigh, Jas., Most miraculous and 



happy victory obtained by, 1643, II. 
100. 

Chudleigh, J. Verses in John Donne's 
Poems, 1635. 

Chappin, Anthony, 1578, IV. 167. 

Church, Bern., /. Colling^ Weaver's 
Pocket-book, 1675, ^^' ^* 

Church, Joshua, John Taylor's Mani- 
festation and just vindication against, 
1642, IL 601. 

Church, Nath. Cheap Riches, 1657, 
III 42. 

Church, Of the. B. Field, 1606. 

Church and State, Dangers of new dis- 
cipline to the, 1642, II. 124. — Eng- 
land's outcry by distractions in the. 
/. Harris, 1644. 

Church, Complaint of the, against the 
tyranny in France, 1562, L 167. — 
Constitutions and Canons Ecclesias- 
tical, 1640, IL 124. 

Church Discipline, Of Reformation 
touching, 1641, II. 124. — Platforiu 
of, 1655^ IIL 174. — Survey of. 71 
Hooker, 1648. 

Church Government, Considerations . . . 
change of our. H. H,, 1646, lY. 45. 
— ^Declaration of K. James concern- 
ing, 1646,11. 310. — Historical Sketch 
of. W,Lloyd,i6S4, — Modest Advice 
concerning the present controversy, 
1 64 1, IL 126. — and Church cove- 
nant discussed, 1643, II. 422. — ^and 
Liturgy, Resolution of Parliament 
touching, 1642, II. 448. 

Church, (Government and Rights of the 
Ancient. H, Grotius, 1675. 

Church Lands, Letter on conversion of. 
C. Spdman, 1648. — Letter concern- 
ing fines received by the, 1668, H. 
125. — ^militant. Princely progress of. 
T. Bedle, 1610.— The. Sir W. 
Vaughan, 1640. — ministers, Agree- 
ment of Association of, 1656, I. 87. 
— Mirror ol St. Austin of Abing- 
don, 152 1. • 

Church music, Lawfulness and expedi- 
ency of. B. Battel, 1 6g4, — Selected. 
J. Barnard, 1641. — Usefulness of. 
S. Estvoick', 1698. — ^vindicated. N. 
Brady, 1697. 

Church of England, A late Dialogue . . . 
present condition of the, 1644, II. . 
125. — Address of the Lords to 'the 



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CHXmOHTABD 



King for maintaining, 1689, II. 646. 
— Ancient Liberties of. /• Basire^ 
1 66 1, — Antiquity and Unity of the. 
S> G,y 1692, rV. 139. — Apology of. 
Bp. JeweU, 1600. — Brief View of 
the 8tate of. Sir John Haring- 
ton, 1653. — Certain considerations 
touching the. F. BcKon^ [1604]. — 
. Copy of proceedings . . . touch- 
ing Doctrine and Discipline of, 

1 641, 11. 124. — Discourse to those 
who seek the reformation of the, 

1642, H. 124. — Epilogue to Tragedy 
of. J7". Thomdike,! 6$g, — Grievances 
of the, 1689, II. 646. — Harmony of 
tlie. M, Drayton, 1591. -^Historical 
Account of the Antiquity and Unity 
of. S. G., 1692, rV. 139. — His- 
tory of. Bede, 1565 ; Rich, Smith, 
1654. — Humble Supplication unto 
God for restoring his holy word to, 
1554, II. 124, in. 42. — Piteous 
Lamentation of miserable estate of 
the. Bp, N. Ridlerj, [1566].— Rea- 
sons necessitating reformation in. 
H. Jojcoh, 1604. — Religion of the, 
1678, IV. 127. — Remarkable reve- 
lation of wanderings of * the^ Hen, 
Walker^ 1641. — Short ^faa^lliHition of 
pnelatical, 1641, II. 124. — State of 
the. J. Udall, n.d, 

Ohurch of Evil Men and Women. 
Hios. Vamet, 151 1. — policy, Asser- 
tion of true aud Christian. W, 
Stoughtoii, 1604. — The triumphant, 
does praise the Lord's name, 1569-70, 
IL 1 24. — True description out of the 
Word of God of the Visible, 1589, 
L 87. 

Orarch's complaint. The holy, [1600], 
IL 124. — lamentation for the loss of 
the Godly. IL Stock, 1614. 

Ghuzclies, Defence of the judgement of 
the reformed. John Reynolds, j6og, 
— Image of both. Father Paieaon, 
1 62 V — Reasons for reforming our. 
IT. Jacob, 1604. 

COmrdiill, Awnsh^m. Bookseller, 1682, 
IL 706; 1684, IL 54: 1685, II. 
388; 1686,11. 354; 1689, II- 646, 

UL 59. 
Ghnrdiill, Awnsham and John, Book- 
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.1 261, 310, IL 78, 270, 674, ly. 



102; 1696, IL 400, rV. 133 ; 16971 
IL 573, III. 144; 1701, III. 118; 
1703, IL 64; 1704, IV. 126; 1705, 
III. 246, 260. 

ChnrchUl, Awnsham and Wm., Book- 
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Ohurchill, John, Bookseller, 17 13, I. 2. 

OhurchiU, John, Lord, (7. Cleeves' 
Songs of Moses, &c, 1685. Geo. 
Wood^s Loyalty, 1686, deJ. to, 

Ohurchill, Sir W. Divi Britannici. 

1675, 11- "S» III- 42. 

Ohurchmen, Charity of. JI, Bamett^ 
1649. 

Ohnrchwarden, A Charitable, 1641, H. 
84, IL 682. — The Reformado pre- 
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1643, H. 84. — The right and legal. 
RidL Dey, 1643. 

Churchwardens, Inquiries concerning: 
in The Naked Truth, 1681, IIL 284. 
— and swore- women, 1570-71, IL 

"5- 
Churchyard, T. A blessed balm to 

search and salve sedition, 1604, H. 
1 10. — A Book, one for His Majesty, 
&c., 1603-4, IL 125. — ^A farewell, 
called Churchyards rounds, H. 106. 
— A feast ful of sad cheer, 1592, H. 
108. — A greater thanks for Church- 
yard's welcome home, H. 106, I. 67. 
— A new year's gift to all England, 
H. no. — ^A pleasant conceit penned 
in verse, 1593^ H. 108. — A scoulrge 
for Rebels, 1584, H. 108. — A spark 
of friendship and warm goodwill, 
1588, H. 108. — A warning to the 
wise, 1580, H. 107. — A wished re- 
formation of wicked rebellion, 1598, 
H 109. — Admonition against Dice 
Play, 1566-7, H. 106. — Address, in 
Cardantts Comfort, 1573- — Aeneas 
tale to Dido, H. no. — ^Book of my 
deer adue, H. 1 10. — Book of sorrows, 
H. zia — Book of sumptuous show 
in Shrovetide, H. no. — Churchyatd's 
Challenge, 1593, H. 109, L 87:— 
Churchyard's Chance, 1580, H. 167 ; 
Churchyard's Charge, 1580, H. 108; — 
Churchyard's Chipps, 1575, H. 106,. I. 
87 ; 1578, H. 106, IL 125.— Churfcli- 
yard's farewell, H. 106, 1. 87, II. 125. 
— Churchyard's goodwill, 1604. H. 
[ no. — Churchyard's welcome home, 



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1566, IL 125. — Come bring in May 
-with me, 1570, H. 106. — Comedy 
before His Majesty at Norwich, IL 
no. — Commendation of Music, 
1562, H. 106. — Davy Dycar's Dream, 
H. 106. — Dedication, in G, Di 
Chram'a Art of Defense, 1574- — 
Devises and Speech that men and 
boys shewed with in many progresses, 
H. no. — Devises of war and play 
at Awsterly, H. no. — Discourse of 
Court and Wars, 1596, H. 109. — Dis- 
course of the Queen's entertainment 
in Suffolk and Norfolk, 1579, H. 
io7.T-Epitaph on death of K. fid- 
ward, H. 106; Capt. Randall, 1566, 
H. 106 ; Lady Knowles, 1568, H. 
106; Earl of Pembroke, 1570, H. 
106, L 87; Sir P. Sidney, [1587], 
H. 108; Sir W. Drury, 1580, pro- 
bably by him, IL 183; Lady Eliza- 
beth, Countess of Shrewsbury, 1567, 
probably by him, H. 556. — Fantasies 
of a troubled man's head, 1566, H. 
106. — Fortunatus, 1676, H. 209 ; 
1682, H. no; A. M., ylc?., H. no; 
Blare, ?».(£., H. no. — General re- 
hearsal of Wars, 1579, H. 107. — 
Handful of Gladsome verses, H. 1 10 ; 
1592, I. 87. — Lamentable and par- 
ticular Description of wars in Flan- 
ders, 1578, IL 106. — Lamentations 
of Friendship, H. 106, I. 87. — Many 
things in the Book of Songs and 
Sonnets, [1557I IL no. — Mirror for 
Men, 1553, H. 105. — Mirror and 
manners of Men, 1594, I. 87 ; 1599, 
H. 109.— Misery of Flanders, 1579, 
H. 107. — Most true report of Sir 
James Fitz Morrice' Death, H. 108. 
— Musical consort of heavenly har- 
mony, 1595, H. 109. — Pcean trium- 
phal, 1603, IL no. — Plain or true 
report of a dangerous service, 1580, 
H. 107. — Praise and Report of 
Master Frobisher's Voyage, 1578, 
H. 107. — Sad and solemn funeral of 
Sir F. Knowles, 1596, H. 109. — 
School of War, MS., L 88.— Services 
of Sir Wm. Drury, 1580, IL 108.— 
The fortunate farewell to the Earl of 
Essex, 1599, H. 109. — ^The Golden 
Nutt, 1593, H. iia — The H<mour 
of the llw, 1596, H. 109. — ^The 



Worthines of Wales, 1587, H. 108. 
— ^True discourse of Govemoars in 
the Netherlands, 1602, H. 109, I. 
87.— Translated OvicPs De Tristibus, 
1578. — Western Wyll, A. 261. — 
Wonders of the Air, 1602, H. 109, — 
Wonders of Wiltshire, 1580, H. 108. 
— Verses in John Jomti Baths of 
Bathes Ayde, 1572. Lod, Lloyd's 
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SkeUon's Works, 1568. 

Ohnrchyard, T., and T. Camell, Con- 
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Rejoinder by T, CameU, H. 72. — 
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W. Elderton, 1559-60. See also 7\ 
GamelL 

Ohiirl, D., Bookseller, n.d., I. 257. 

Ohnte, Anth. Beauty dishonoured, 
1593, H. 1 10. — Procris and Cephalus, 
1593, H. no. — Translaied Remon- 
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1593, IL'230. — ^Verses in Gab. Har- 
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OiblMsr, C. Poem on the Death of Q. 
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1648, I. 73. — De Amicitia. [1530], 
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Ofnthia and Endimion. T. Durfey^ 
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OiiitliiA's revenge. John Swallow, 
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OiprianOt G. Strange and wonderful 
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43- 
Oiice: Tragedy, by C. UAverumt, 

1677. 
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77. 
CitliMa Octochorda pectine pulsata 

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Oltlienia Instructions, 1593, IL 127. — 

Leasons. J, Playford, 1659. J, 

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T. Philipatt^ 1629. — Causes of the 
magnificence and greatness of. G, 
Botero, 1606. — great concern. W. S., 
1674, 1. 370. — ^new poet's mock show. 
M. T., 1659, H. 590. — night-cap. 
R, Davenport, 1661. — ^The honour- 
able and memorable foundations in. 
J, Taylor, 1636. 

Oitiion and a Countreyman, Pretye dis- 
.putacion betwene, 1579, IL 179. 

Oitizen's complaint for want of trade. 
G. M., 1663, L 270. — companion, 
1673, 1. 96. — flight and their recall 
/. Quarles, 1665. 

Gitolini, Alessandra Yerses in O. 
Delia Casc^s Galateo, 1576. 

City, The, 1643,11.360. — and Countrey 
purchaser and builder. S. Primatt, 
[1668]. — ^Dog in a saint's doublet, 
1648, IIL 145. — heiress. A. B^m, 
1682.— Lady. T, Dilke, 1697.— 
Madam. P. Massinger, 1658. — 
Match. Jasper Mayne^ i639« — 
night-cap. R Davenport, i66i. — of 
cruelty. W. PairUer, 1 5 63. — of God. 
St, Augitstine, 1610. — politique^. 
John Croione, 1683. — ramble. E. 
Settle, [1704]. — revels. T. C, [1690], 
H. 31. — wit. R, Brome, 1653. 

Civil and uncivil life, 1579, H. 688. — 
considerations. Remy, 1 601. —con- 
versations. jSL Guaszo, 1586. — dis- 
courses, Heptameron of. G. Whet- 
stone, 1582. — Law, Humble Prt>- 
]>08als . . . profession of, 1656, lY. 
1 5a — life, Discourse of. L. Bryskett, 
1606. — magistracy by divine autho- 
rity. W. Sclater, 1653.— nosegay. 
J. G., n.d., H. 217. — policy. Moral 
Method of. F, Patricius, 1576. — 
power in Ecclesiastical causes. J. 
Milton, 1659. 

Clyil War, Manifested misery of. H, P.^ 
1 642 , IV. 7 6. — Misery of. /. Orowne, 
1 680. — Poem on the latei A. Cowley, 
1678. — Scourge of, 1645, ^ 9^» ^* 
80. — Wounds of. T. Lodge, 1594. 

Civil Wars between Lancaster and York. 
S, Daniel, 1595. — Stratologia, or 
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of England briefly related J. Bicraft, 
1647. — of England. T, Hohbe^ Be- 
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Ireland. «/. Davies, 1661. 
Civility, Rules of, 1678, IV. 22 ; 1685, 

II. 127; 1703, 1. 88. 
Ciyitatis, Vox. B, Speneer^ 1625. 
Ciyilitas Morum Puerilium. D. Eras- 

fittM, i554« 

daggett, N. Abridgement of the pre- 
rogatives of St. Ann, 1688, A. 
261. 

damor, Rixa, Joci, &c. Hen. Stubhe, 

1657- 
damydes. See CIt/omon. 

daade, Major, Life and death, by B. 
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Clanricarde, Earl of, T. Gainsford'tf 
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ded. to. 

danricarde. Earl of, H. De L'Epi/e 
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dapam, David. Translated H. C. 
Agrtppa's Treatise of Women, 1542 ; 
Commendation of Matrimony, 1 545. 

Clapham, Chr., S. Sti^pard^e Epi- 
grams, 1 651, detl, to. 

dapham, Dav. See Clapam. 

dapham, H. Brief of the Bible, 1596, 
H. no, I. 88; 1597,11. no; 1603, 
I. 88 ; 1608, H. 1 10, 1. 88 ; 1639, 1- 

. 88. — Doctor Andros his Prosopopeia 
answered, 1605, III. 285. — Epistle 
on the present pestilence, 1603, H, 

III, III. 285. — His Demands and 
Answers touching the. pestilence, 
1604, III. III. — (Elohim- triune, 

1601, I. 88. 

dapham, Sir John, T. Evans' CEdipus, 

1615, ded. to. 
daphlUDl, John. History of England, 

1602, III. 43. — History of Great 
Britain, 1606, UI. 43. — Narcissus, 
1 591, III. 43. 

dapham, Thos., Bookseller, 1642, III. 

302. 
daraphil and Clarinda. T. Jordan, 

n.d. 
Clare, Dowager Countess of, C. Ger- 

bier^s Elogium Heroinum, 1651, ded. 

to. 
Clara, John, Earl of, Diodorus Sicvlus' 

History, 1 65 3. Jos. HowelVs Grerman 

Diet, 1653, ^^- ^ 



dare, John. The Converted Jew, 1 630, 

III. 43. 

darendon, Edw. Hyde, Earl of, A hue 
and cry after, 1667, H. in. — Argu- 
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— Errors as to Church and State in Mr. 
Hobbes* book, 1676. III. 17. — Letter 
to. E. Bagshaw, 1662. — Proceedings 
... on Impeachment of, 1670, III. 
189. — Speech at a conference, 1641, 
IF. 298. — Portrait in Sir W. Duif- 
cZa/^'irOrigines Juridiciales, 167 1 ; R. 
Aikyni Origin of Printing, 1664. — 
Verses in John Dennis Poems, 1635. 
— Sir W. Davenant*s Siege of Rhodes, 
167a De Bodfm's Funeral of the 
Masse, 1673. ^- N'audeus' Erection 
of a Library, 1661. F, Philip's 
Tonenda non Tolenda, 1662 ; iEiieaa 
his descent into hell, 1661. E. 
Waterhouse's Fortescutus lllustratus, 
1663, ded. to. 

Clarendon, Flower, Countess of, Thos, 
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Clarendon, Hen. Hyde, Earl of, R 
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Jas. Wrights View of late troubles, 
1685, ded. to. 

daret. The search after, 1691, H. 584. 
— Further search after, 1691, H. 584. 
— ^The last search after, 167 1, H. 

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Claret and Darby-Ale, Dialogue be- 
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daridge, J. The Shepherd's Legacy, 

1670, H. III. 

Clarke, Alice, The Adulteresses funeral 

day, or burning of, 1635, IL 253. 
dark, A., Bookseller, 1665, III. 221. 
Clark, Andrew, Printer, 1670, I. 147 ; 

1 67 1, II. 290, 401, III. 97, 262, A. 
263; 1672, IL 277; 1673, H. 301, 
439, L 10, II. 254, 689, in. 146 ; 

1674, H. 153, 219, IIL loi, 269; 

1675, L 94, II. 57, 382, 412, 482, 

IV. 75 ; 1676, IIL 4 ; 1677, L 153, 
238, IL 241 ; 1678, I. 492. 

dark, Benj., Bookseller, George Yard, 
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IV. 140, 151. 

dark, Capt., and others. True and per- 
fect relation of skirmish in Sou t) mm 

. field, 1642, IV.. 108. 



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Clark, £dw. The Protestant School- 
master, 1680, III. 43. 

Clark, Fr., Printer, 1683, IIL 123; 
1687, IL 619; 1688, H. 154; n.dy 
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dark, H., Printer, 1687, 1. 421, II. 52, 
652 ; 1691, 1. 10, IL 647, IV. 95. 

dark, Hugh. Meditations upon the 
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dark, John. Poetical Meditation, 1670, 
H. III. 

dark, John. Writing improved, [ 1 7 1 4], 
IL682. 

dark, John, Bookseller, Golden Bull, 
Duck Lane, 1721, IL 636; 1724, I. 
386; 1725, L 285; 1743, IL 330. 

dark, Martin, Printer, 1606, H. 217, 
IL 514; 1607, L 441, IL 152. 

dark, Mary, Planter, 1678, L 105, II. 
36, 480, 560; 1679, L 23, IL 115, 
145, IIL 125, 151 ; 1680, L 337, 
266, IL 23, 52 ; 1681, L 105 ; 1683, 
IL 290; 1684, II. 147, 268, 698; I 
1686, in. 208; 1689, IIL 197; '' 
1696, L 497. 

darl^ R. Vermiculars destroyed, 1 698, 

IIL 43. 
dark* Sampson, Bookseller in GuiUl- 

haU, 1584, H. 339 ; 1587-8, IL 174 ; 

1589, H. 238, L 191 ; 1591, H.302. 

Clark, Samuel, Bookseller, 1697, IL 
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dark, Wm., TF. Z>rfimmomf a Anagram 
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dazko, John. Trumpet of Apollo, 
1602, H. Ill, L 88. 

darks, John. Dux Grammaticus, 
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127. — Praxis Giammatica, 1623, IL 
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1628, IL 127. 

darke, John, K BurM Grammaticn, 
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darke, John, Bookseller, under St. 
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3S7; 1^34* HL 156; 1637, L 162, 
IL 621, 653; 1638, IL 121; 1641, 
II. 694 ; 1646, III. 237 ; 1650, H. 
ao6, L 331 ; 1652, IL 522 ; 1654, 
H. 132; 1656, L 212; 1659, IL 
463 ; 1660, H. 553; 1664, H. 22, L 



23; 1665, A. 251; 1669, IIL 76; 

1670, H. 225, L 443; 167 1, H. 391, 
A. 263 ; 1674, L 390, IL 683 ; 1675, 
H. 114, IV. 167 ; 1678, 1. 378, 492 ; 
1680, II. 115, 669; 1 68 1, H. 514, 
522, L 393, 481 ; 1682, L 382, 467, 
490, IL 13; 1683, H. 35, L 163, 
4BI} 493, n. 117, 290; 1684, H. 2, 
239, IL 223; 1685, H. 3S4, L 370; 
i686, H. 439, 513; 1690, III. 128; 
nJ., H. 3, 6, 37, 85, 126, 133, 134, 
147. i77» 211, 213,^216, 325, 326, 
353, 376, 377, 390, 439, 480, 512, 
513, 537, 541, 559, 586, 637, 644, 
687, L 56, 424, 477, 481, 484, 494, 
n. 500, S4S, IIL 244. 

Clarke, John, Bookseller, Bible and 
Orotsn, Old Change, 1706, IV. 151, 

Clarke, Mr., Declaration . . . letter sent 
tOy 1642, II. 451. 

Clarke, Nic, Copy of Letter from the 
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Clarka^ IL Verses in Seneca's Short- 
ness of Life, 1663. 

Clarke, Rich., Bookseller, Rose, Ivy 
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Clarke, Boh., G. GiffarJis Witches 
and Witchcrafts, 1603, ded. to, 

Clarke, Sam. Collection of Lives of 
ten eminent Divines, 1662, IL 128. 
— General Marty rology, 1652, IIL 
43; 1660, IL 127; 1677, IL 128. — 
Life of Tamerlane the Great, 1653, 
IL 128. — life and death of Pompey 
the Great, 1665, II. 128. — Life and 
death of William the Conqueror, 

1 67 1, IV. 127. — Lives of sundry 
eminent persons, 1683, II. 128. — 
Marrow of Ecclesiastical History, 
Part 2, 1650, II. 127. — Mirror or 
Looking Glass, 1654, IIL 43 ; 1657, 
II. 127, VoL IL; 1671, IL 127. — 
Some reflections on *Amyntor,' 1699, 
IL 127. — Wicked Life of Herod the 
Greats 1664, IIL 285. 

Clarke, Thos., A Passport for Priests 
... to shunn abuse by the death of, 
1579-80, IL 128. 

darke, Thos., Recantation of, 1594, 

IIL 43- 
Clarke, Thoa, Bookseller, 1604, H. 381, 

386, I. 298, III. 219. 
Clarke, Wm. Trial of Bastardy, 1594, 

IL 128. 



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Clarke, Win. Polimanteia, 1595, H. 
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Clarke, Wm. Marciano, 1663, H. 1 1 1, 
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Clarke, Wm. Natural History of Nitre, 
1670, IL 118. 

darkeon, Bessie, The conflict in con- 
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Clande, Mon&, Relation of Conference 
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233. — Life and death, z688, ILL 
44. 

Clandian. Rape of Proserpine, trans. 
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Claudinm Tiberium Princip., Compara- 
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Clanatmm Regale Reseratum. A, 
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Clavell, John. Recantation of an ill- 
led life, 1628, H. Ill, II. 129, 682 ; 
1634, H. III. — Verses in P. Mas- 
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Clavell, Rob., BaoJcaeUer, Stages Head, 
St Pauls Churchyard, General Cata- 
logue of Books, 1 666-1 67 2, III. 44 ; 
1 666-1686, IL 128 ; 1666-1695, 
IL 129—1657, IL 79 ; 1658, IL 89, 
464; 1659, L 410, H. 81, 408, IV. 
93; 1660, H. 81, L 75, IV. 123, 
159 ; 1665, H. 404; 1670, H. 399, 
IL57; 1671, IL127; 1672,11.669, 
IIL 112; 1675, IL 57; 1677, L 
248 ; 1680, II. ^o, 129, 664, III. 
280; 1681, IIL 87, IV. 49; 1682, 
H. 39, IIL 182 ; 1683, H. 161, L 
434, IL 117 ; 1684, IL 514 ; 1685, 
IL 311; 1686, IIL 116; 1687, L 
381 ; 1689, II. 496, 628, IIL 258, 
301 ; 1690, IL 471, IV. 177 ; 1691, 
III. 194, rV. 146, 177 ; 1692, IV. 
115 ; 1694, IL 531 ; 1695, IL 129; 
1696, IIL 28, 140, IV. 177; 1697, 
I. 150 ; 1703, I. 88. 

OlaTeU, Sir Wm., J. ClavelVs Recan- 
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Clavering, CoL, Elegy on, in ^iV F. 
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1646. 

Clawebacke, Clem. See Pickthavke. 



day, Mary, alias Jenny Fox ; Tti6 
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44. 

Olaypole, Lady, Letter from, in Nar- 
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the Devil, 1720, IV. 132. 

Olaypoole, John. MS. Poem, L 89. 

dayton, Lady. Mentioned, [1680],- 
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dayton, Sir Rob., Lord Mayor, Lon- 
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A, N.^8 London's Improvement, 1680, 
presented to, IIL 167. — J,B, Taver- 
uteres Treatises, 1680, ded, to, — and 
Sir G. Treby : Truth Vindicated, or 
Discovery of aspersions cast upon. 
E. Fitz-Harris, 1681. 

dayton. Sir Thos., The Manner of 
making Coffee, 1685, I. 92, ded. to, 

deander. P. Massinger, 1634. 

deanness in meats and drinks. T, 
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Cleave, Isaac, Bookseller, Star, Clumcery 
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1696, IL 648, 573 ; 1698, IIL 8. 

deaver, Robt., and J. Dod. Godly form 
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1630, U. 180. 

deaver, Robt. Godly form of House- 
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1600, II. 682 ; 1603, III. 285. 

deeve, C. Song;i of Moses and Deborah 
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deibrdke, Wm., J, Deacoris Nobody is 
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161 2, IIL 44. — Monument of Mor- 
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deland, Wm. Ballad, 1685, IL 129. 
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delia. Romance by Magdalen de 
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delia, The Mock, 1678, IL 129, H. 
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demena a Lybeo-Monte. Trinoban- 
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dement VIL, Pope, Pelegrine's De- 
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calumnies of. W, Thomas, 

dement VIIL, Pope, Festival Cere- 



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monies of : in The Happy Entry of 

Qaeen of Spain in Ferrara, 1599, IV. 

52. — Paidon and absolution ... for 

the Church of Woxbridge, IV. 68.— 

In obitum. David Eehlin^ 1605, II. 

190. 
dement IX., Pope, A. J. GibW Car- 

mina, 1668, ded, to. 
dement, Jacques, Stabbing Henry 

IIL of Fiance ; The Catholic Cause : 

Speech on, 1678, IL 486. 
dement. Lady Jaquet, Les Bodomon- 

tades du Capt Yigues, and a letter 

to, 1590, H. 631, II. 620. 
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of Money, &c., 1695, FV. 127. 
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1688, L 308 ; 1695, I. 441 ; 1696, 

I^ 333; 1700* n. 340; 1701, I. 

220; 1718, III. 129; n.d, rV. 

177- 
deocreton and Cloryana, History of. 

S. a, [1670], III. 28, H. 112. 

deombratne, Most strange and wonder- 
ful predictions of, 1679, III. 44. 

deomenes and Sophonisba, History of. 
John Philip, 1577. 

deopfttm. 2'kos, May, 1639. 

deopatra, Anthony and. W. Shake- 
speare; Sir C, Sedley, 1677, 

deoreton and Cloryana, History of, 
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derevilie, B. de. Letter ... of the 
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deigy in their colours. John Fry, 
1650. — Reasonable motion in behalf 
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the, 1646, 1. 440. 

dergjmen. Proposals for the benefit of 
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deiimond, B. D. de. Preface in a Pro- 
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derio and Logia, Loves and Adven- 
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derk, B., Gabriel Harvef/s Oratio De 
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derk, Dr., C, Waaie Free Schools, 

1678, CJttf. to. 



derk, John. De mortuorum resurrec- 
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derk, Robt. Speech, 1684, IL 428. 

derk, Wm. Additions to /. WiHioJ^e 
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derk, The Accomplished. John Ayres, 
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derke, Robt., Bookseller, The Ijodge, 
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derkenwell. Bloody News from, 1670, 
H. 408. 

derkenwell Prison, Account of fire at, 
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derk's Companion, The Young, 1672^ 
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derk'8 Tutor, The Young. E, Cocker^ 
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dendh. Sir John. Portrait in Sir 
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deve and Gulick, Relation of the 
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dereland. Countess, Sighs at the death 
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develand, B. Palmer, Duchess of. 
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deTeland,J. Works, 1677, 1. 90: 1699, 
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1651, 1654, 1657, H. H2; 1659, H. 
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448. — The Scots' Apostacy, 1646, 
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dewee, Dr. Wm., Case of the Inhabit- 
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dlfford, Chas., Lord, P. Motteux, 
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GUiFordy Chris. School of Hoxseman- 
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Gliflord, J. Divine Services and An- 
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Gliffordy Lady, Three precious Jears 
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QUfTord, Lord, T. Campion's Books of 
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CQifford, Tho&, James Salterns Galiope's 
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Ollfton, Fulke, Bookseller in Old Bailey , 
1630, IlL 174; 1636, ELL 197; 
1644, IL 152. 

Clifton, Gervase, Lord, R, Qreene^s 
Perimedes, 1588. O. Marhham*s 
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Masterpiece, 161 5. C. Valeriwf 
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Clifton, Sir Wm., Miscellany^ 1685, 
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Clinch, Dr., The Last word of a dying 
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Clinton, Edward Fynes, Lord, A, Cat- 
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Clinton, Henry, Lord, O, Oascoigne's 
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Clinton, Lady, O. De Cosies^ Hymen's 
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Clinton, Purser, and others. To their 
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193- 
dipping. Narrative of Proceedings at 

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against. W, Fleeiioood, 1694. 

Clitherow, Sir Chris., Epistle to, in J, 
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Clitophon and Leucippe. A, Tatius, 

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Cloak, Ballad of the, n.d, H. 112, IL 

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Clobery, C. Divine glimpses of a 
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Clock-maker, The artificial. W, D,, 
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does, N. One hundred French Songs, 
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donmel. Description of. Luke Wad- 
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Cloria^ Princess, 1661, H. 112, III. 
44; 1665, H. 112,11. 129. 

Cloria and Narcissus, 1653, II. 129, 
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Olorinda's Garland, Fair, n.(2., L 178. 

Cloris, Lamentation of, n,d,, H. 352. 

Cloryana and Cleocreton. See Cleo- 
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OloBj "ML du. Mineral Waters of France, 
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Close, G. Close's Closet, 1 6 1 8, IL 1 30. 

Closet for Ladies and Gentlemen, 1630, 
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dosse, G. The Parricide Papist, 1606, 
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Clothing, Decline of the Estate of. 
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doth-workers, Humhle Petition to Par- 
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Exercises, «.<!, IV. 80. — Sennon of 
Consecrating and reforming, 16619 
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Ck)lewort) F. The friars lamenting for 
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II- 133- 
(Soligni, Jasper. Life, 1576, 11. 133. 

Colin Clouts come home again. E» 

Sperwer, 1595. 

Oolinans, S., Printer^ Paris, 1520, III. 

50- 
(SoUectio Genituiarum. J. Gadbury, 

1672. 

Ck)llection of recent and witty pieces, 
1628, H. 474. — of sundry matters. 
Hen, Jacob, 16 16. 

CoUedge, Stephen, tJie Protestant Joiner, 
Arraignment, Trial and Condemna- 
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to Anthony, King of Poland, [Earl of 
Shaftesbury], 1683, II. 555. — ^Last 
Speech and confession, i68i,IL 134. 
— Letter concerning the trial at 
Oxford of, 1681, II. 134. — Letter to 
a person of Quality, 168 1, II. 134. — 
— Letter to Dick Janeway's wife, 
1 68 1, n. 134. — Notes on. SirR, Le 
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of, in Stafford's Memoirs, 1681, III. 
238. — Poem upon, 1681, II. 134. 
Modest reply to, 1 681, II. 134. — 
Reflections upon the commitment of 
Earl of Shaftesbury, from the indict- 
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carriage of, 1681, n.d., 11. 134. — True 
copy of dying words, 1681, II. 134. 

College of Canonical Clerks, Interlude 
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Collet, Thos. Verses in Humphrey 
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Collier, Jeremy. Defence of the abso- 
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1696, IL 134. — Short View of the 
Immorality and profaneness of the 
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1698. J, Dennis: Usefulness of the 
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Defence of the Short View, 1699, 
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Collier, John, Printer, 1725, IIL 49. 

Collier, Jos., Bookseller, Bible on Lon- 
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Collier. Portrait of Sir J. Denham, in 
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Collier, The Complete. /. C, 1708. 

Collier's Caveat to his friend, 1591, IL 
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Collings^ J. Par Nobile, 1669, II. 1 34. 

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Collins, Ann. Divine Songs, 1653, H. 
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Collins, Dr. Epphata to F. T., 161 7, 
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Collins, Freeman, Printer, 1682, 1. 127 ; 
1687, II. 163; 1690, III. 115; 
1693, IV. 102; 1695, n. 78; 1696, 
IL 85 ; 1697, IIL U3, 147, 281 ; 
1698, IL 188; 1700, II. 397, IV. 
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Collins, Jas., Bookseller, King's Arms, 
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IIL 97, IL 57 ; 1668, n. 250, IIL 
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Collins, Matthew, Bookseller, Three 



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1635, 1- I**- 

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OoUins, Thos., and Gabriel Bedell, Book- 
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III. 261 ; 1654, II. 76, III. 159 ; 
1655, L 100, IL 176, 216; 1656, 1. 
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691, IV. 67 ; 1659, IL 123 ; 1660, 
H. 688, IL 76, 689 ; 1661, L 81, 
IL 412, 631; 1665,11. 159; 1667, 
ILL 12. 

OdUins, Thoe., and J. Ford, Booksellers, 
167 1, IL 70, 658, nL 60. 

OdUins, Thoe., Bookseller^ 1680, 1. 74. 

OdUimi' walk through London and 
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Oollop, J. Iter satyricum, 1660, H. 1 1 5. 
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Colloqnia et dictionariolum septem 
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CoUoquies. M. Cordier, 1657. D, 
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OoUoQainm Anims. Thos, A Kempis, 
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OoDyn Clout John SkdUm. 

Oollyn Clowte. Book of Berds, n.d, 

H.33- 
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Ooimaii, Benj. Two Sermons, in Me- 
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43«^ 
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Ckilmaii, Nich., Bookseller, Norwidi^ 

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1633, R 115. 
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Oolmes, John, and I. van Solmgen, 

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Oologne, Archbishop of. Letter to the 

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IIL 66. 
Oologne printed, 1472* LV. 15 ; 1475, 

L 6; 1500, L 440, rV. 37; 1503, 

I. 6; 1527, II. 229; 1548, H. 244; 

1568, L 43i» 432; 1572, n. 348; 

1598,111. 61 ; 1613, IL 197 ; 1615, 

IV. 173; 1620, II. 60; 1625, lY. 

1735 1631, IL 672,111. 17; 1646, 

H. 381 ; 1657, H. 30 ; 1667, IL 171, 

236; 1689, n. 234; 1693, rV. 3; 

1695, IIL 45. 
Oologne Printers. A. Birckman, 1562- 

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1 68 1-4; C. PassoBus, 1604; H. 

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Oolon. Agrip. See Cologne, 
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1629-30. — ^The discontented. Sir 

John Suckling. 
OoloniflS. See Cologne. 
Oolonies, An encouragement to. Sir 

W. Alexander, 1624. — of DuBartas, 

1598. 
Oolonna, Don Charles de, and others. 

True Copies of all Latin Orations, 

1623, 1. 65. 
Oolonnft, G. de. History of the Siege 

and destruction of Troye, trans. /. 

Lydgate, 1513, 1555, H. 116.— life 

and death of Hector, 16 14, H. 116. 
Oolonn, Book of Secrets: showing 



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diveiB ways to make and prepare, 
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Colihoxp, Martyn, Lord Mayor. De- 
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Ck)ltiirop, Sir H. Liberties, Usages 
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Oolnmba Nose olivam adferens Jactatis- 
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Oolnmbns, Chr. Life, in T/i€ Present 
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CkdnthvB thebani. Thos. Watson, 1586. 

Ckilvil, Jas., and others. Petition of 
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ColTile, Geo. Translated Boethius* De 
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1561, n. 29, 136, 272, 657, 660; 

1562, H. 23, 179, 585, II. 29, 57, 
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533; 1564, H- i79» 214, 366, 368, 

377. 43o» 471. 553. 5S4, 599. 644; 
1565, H. 47, 66, 245, 283, 291, 298, 

315. 431. 465, 637. 659, L 140, 245, 
IL 87, 314, 383, 482, 499, 534, 567, 
602, A. 169 ; 1566, H. 5, 106, 386, 
543, n. 151, 300, 330, 368, 442 j 
1567, H. 285, 562, 566, II. 4, 179, 
268, 379, 566; 1568, H. 236, 387, 
583, L 189, 225 ; 1569, H. 104, 184, 
424, 515, 519, L 372, IL 237, 249, 

315. 389. 434* 588. 650. 657; 

1570, H. 179, 446, IL 278, 583; 

157 1, H. 178, 180, L 140, IIL 46, 
241; 1572, H. 178; 1574, IL 314; 
1575. H. 578, L 406, IV. 104 ; 1578, 
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• 27. 35. S7, 251, n. 46. 



Colynet, A. True history of Civil 
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Ck)manmi oKwriwu Thos. HaU, 1654. 

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Ctombe, Th., Translated G, De la Per- 
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Ck>mb6r, Dr., T. Randolphs Jmdous 
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Gomber, T. Friendly and seasonable 
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Oome bring in May vith me. T. 
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John, 1 56 1-2, II. 29. — treppe yt, 
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John Bainbridgey 1S19. — Certain 
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Comfort against all tribulations, n,d., 
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communication between a poor man 
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r. Beeon, 1554. 
Comfortfng Complaint, Translation of. 

B MulccuteTj 1603. 
Comforts, Four Letters of. Z. Boyd^ 

1640. 
Comic Stories. B Edwards^ 1570. 
Comical reports on the Public Records, 

1690, IL 517. 
Comines, P. de, History of, 1565-6, 
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J, Hooper, [1590]. — Exposition of. 
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1 561-2, IL 136. — Paraphrase on the 
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Conmieree, Centre of the circle of. G, 
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Coamiissioas at Sea, Proclamation for 
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Conmiittee, The : or Popery in mas- 
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Committee Man curried. Sam. Shep- 
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c. w,, 1579, in. 257. 

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Commoiis, House of, Election of Bur- 
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Commons of England, Ancient Rights 
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Commonwealth, Good ordering of a. 
/. F. MontanuSy 1559. — ^Of a. J, 
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1595. — The ingratitude of a. N. 
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Commonwealth of England, The. Sir 
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137, H. 117. — ^Lively portraiture of 
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Modest plea for an equal, 1659, II. 
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P. Eiiglish, 1653. — The gallanct acts, 
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Commonwealth of Women. T, Durfey, 
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Commonwealths, Praise and commen- 
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138. 
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Communion, Defence of our arguments 
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Dispute upon communicating at our 
confused, 1624, IL 684. — Epistle 
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Conmenns, A. Tlie Unfortunate Usur- 
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ComoBdisB aliquot sacra. Bp. Gavin 
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Compaiationum, Gradua J, Betlo- 
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ComxMuratiB comparandis, De. A. Wil- 
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Compendious Register in metre. Tlion. 
Briee, 1559. 

Complaint between need and poverty, 
1565-6, IL 138.^-of a Christian 
SouL G. Muschet, 161 o. — of a Gent. , 
Lamentable, 1569, IL x38.^-of a 
Papist, 1565-6, IL 484.^-of a Sin- 
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Wm. Lightfoot, 1587.^-of peace. D. 
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of Time. W, SaltanstaU, 1639.— 
of Veritie. John Bradford, 1559. — 
upon Fortune. R, Senpill, n,d. 

Complaints. Edm, Spenser, 1591. — 
Compendious, or brief examination 
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Complaisance, Art of. C. S., 1673. 

Complaisant Companion, 1674, H. 694. 

Complements, Academy of. See Aea- 
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Complete Parson, The. Sir John Dodd- 
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Complexions, Touchstone of. L. Le- 
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Compter, Description of Laws, Justice, 
and Equity of a. W, Fennor, 
1629. 

Compter's Commonwealth. Wm. Fen- 
nor, 161 7. 

Compton, Lord, W, Folkingham^s Feu- 
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Compton, Bp. Hen., Panegyrick to, in 
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Compton, Sir Hen., Paradise of Dainty 
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Compton, Hen., iiJu^raptW Brief Chron- 
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Compton, John, F. C's The Beclaimed 
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Compton, Mary, Relation of the Trial 
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Compton, Rich. John Johnson's Aca- 
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Comrade, Character of a good. Th. 

Plunketf 1689. 
Concavnm Cappo-Gloacoram, 1682, III. 

236. 
Conceit^ A pleasant 21 Churchyard, 

1593- 
Conceited Letters newly laid open. Q. 

Markliam^ 161 8; N, Breton, 161 7! 

C<mceit8, clinches, &c., by IL CHiani- 
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96; 1612, I. 96; 1617, U. 138; 
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Johnson, 1630. — Map of merry. L. 
Price, 1656.^-of divers noble and 
famous personages, 1602, H. 1x8. — 
School of wise. T. Blage, 1569. — 
Treasury of. J. Partridge, 1580. — 
Wellspring of witty, 1584, H. 118. 

Gonoeptioiui poetiques. J. Ddlary, 
n.d, 

Conchylonim Historia. M. Lister, 
1685-91. 

Conooidia Discors. W. Prynne, 1659. 

Concabinage and polygamy disproved, 
1698. IL 383. 

Concubines, The unfortimate, 1708, L 
96. 

Conde, Louis, Prince of. Life, 1693, 
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True relation of Conferences and pas- 
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1562, II. 225. — ^Edict for the release 
and enlargement of : in Declaration 
of the Sufferings, &c., 1619-20, 11. 
232. — French King's Letter to: in 
Bemonstrance by the King's Ambas- 
sadors, 1 61 5, IV. 40. — Picture of the 
Prince of Condtf, 1562-3, IL 226. — 
The Prince of Cond^, made English, 
1675, IL 233. 

Cond^ La Princesse de. Lettre du 
Boy d'Angleterre, 161 7, IL 704. 

CcmdtiL Dedication in W. Shaker 
tpear^B Comedies, 1623. 

Oonestagio, J. The uniting of the 
Kingdom of Portugal with Crown of 
Caaiill, 1600, U. 138. 

Oon«j-catcher, Disputation between a 
He and a She. R, Greene, 1592. — 
Bepentance of a, 1592, L 96. 



Coney-catchers, Greene's Ghost haunt- 
ing. 8. Rowlands, 1602. 

Coney-catching. R. Greene, 1591. — 
Bride, 1643,11. 375, L 51. — ^Defence 
of, 1592, H. 119.— Groundwork of, 
1592, H. 149. Wm. Harmon, 1592. 

Coneyhood, Questions concerning, n,d., 
H. 119, 1. 97. 

Confection, A cordial of. G. WHJier, 
1659. 

Conference, A new way of. Laurence 
Price, 1641. — A private, 1647, 1. 97. 
— between the two monarchs of 
France and Spain, 1641, H. 88. 

Confessio Amantis. Joh 71 Goicer, 1 483. 
— fidei, 1670, IV. 23. 

Canfession, A brief form of, 1576, IL 
138. — ^A penitent, 1578, IL 138. — 
Auricular, Subversion ... of all 
arguments of the Pope for, I. 287. — 
made to a priest, 1561, II. 138.— of 
a Christian, Hearty, 1593, H. 103. 

Confession of faith. H. Balmanes, 
1584; B. BulUnger and T. Beza, 
1566; St. Cyril, 1629; W. Herbert, 
1644. — subscribed by the King's 
majesty, 1580, IL 308. — ^with the 
larger and lesser catechisms, 1658, 
rV. 23. — with the larger and shorter 
catechisms, 1649, 11. 542. 

Confession of faith of certain poor ban- 
ished men, 1554, IV. 23.^-of the 
Kirk of Scotland, 1641, IL 539. — 
—of the Protestants of Scotland, 
1 561, 1 56 1-2, LL 537.— of the re- 
formed Church in the Netherlands, 
1689, IL 420.^-of the Germans, 
1536, IL 696. 

Confessions of St. Augustine, 1620. — 
and protestation of the faith of 
Christians. H. Jacob, 16 16. — and 
public recantations of thirteen learned 
personages, 1602, III. 205. — and re- 
cantations of four great learned men. 
Voluntary, 1604, III. 84. 

Confiding England under conflicts, &c 
J. Bewick, 1644. 

Confinement, The. C. Cotton, 1679. 

Conflnnation, Treatise of. M. Kellison, 
1629. 

Confolens, True and admirable history 
of a Maiden of. N. Coeffetteau^ 
1603. 

Conformist and non - conformist, a, 



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Friendly debate between, 1669, XL 

139- 
Oontomitj, Conrse of, 1622, III. 46. 

— Exact catalogue of names of 

ministers ejected, 1663, 11. 139.^— 

Grounds of unity in Religion, 1679, 

in.46. 

Oonfhdns, Morals of, 1691, A. 168. 

Conftised characters of conceited cox- 
combs bv Verax Philobasileus. T. 
Dugard, 1661. By K, IT., 166 1, 
IL 624, 

Oonftitatio Cavillationum. Bp. S. Oar- 
diner, 1552. 

Oongreve, W. Amendments of Mr. 
Collier's false and imperfect citations, 
1698, IL 139. Beplied to in Jeremy 
Collier's Defence of the Short View, 
1699. — Birth of the Muse, 1698, ILL 
46. — ^The Double Dealer, 1694, IL 
139. — ^The Mourning Bride, 1697, 
II. 139. — The Mourning Muse of 

Alexis, 1695, ^' ^39- — ^^^ ^^7 ^^ 
the World, 1700, II. 139. — Contri- 
buted to The Mourning Poets, 1695, 
II. 386; Misery is vertue's whet- 
stone, 1703, L 184. 

Coniers, J. See Conyers. 

Goningesliy, Hen. Translated Boetliius' 
Consolation of Philosophy, 1664. 

Ckmingham, Jasper, Wonderful example 
of God shewed upon, 1600, I. 466, 

H. 537- 
Oonings, Arnold, Printer^ Antwerjt, 

1601, I. 21; 1604,111. 204; 1606, 

L 291. 

Ck>niiigsby, Chris., Bookseller, 1692, II. 

. 144. 
Oonington, Paul, Bookseller, Black 

Bear, Chancery Lane, 1578, H. 650. 

Conisby, H., W. Bettie's Titana and 
Ttieseus, 1636, ded. to. 

Conjugal counsel. Hios. Hilder, 1653. 

GoBJuginm conjurgium. W, Seymar, 
1675. — languens. Caetamore, 1700, 
m. 32. 

OoiUuncta febrium materia non in solo 
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Ck>njiirers, Lives of, in Famous History 
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tise against. Fr. Coxe, 1561. 

Oaimanght, The Author and case of 
transplanting the Irish into. F. 
Gooken, 1653* 



Oonnezioii, The, 1681, IL 3x0. 

Ooimiais, Geo., mentioned, 1678, II L 
40. 

Oonningfaam, Jasper. See Coningham. 

Gonnoway, Popham, 22. Ferrar's Ab- 
ridgement of General History, 1698, 
ded, to. 

Odnqaest, £dw., N. Breton's IVisquil's 
Fools-cap, 1600, ded. to. 

Oonqnest, The Spiritual, 165 1, II. 139. 

CtenBangulnHy, Degrees of. Rob. 
Dixon, 1674. 

Oonscienee, A Directory of, n.d., H. 
119. — Advocate of Liberty of, 1673, 
II. 139. — Balm from Gilead to re- 
cover. S, Ward, 1622. — ^Book in 
meter of Robin, [15 50]. Allde, n,d., 
H. 119. — Conflict of. N. Woodes, 
1 58 1. — Court of. Rich. West, 1607. 
—cry to all estates, 1 592, IL 1 39. — 
Proposition ... for farming of 
Liberty of, 1663, IL 239. — Remorse 
of, n.d., H. 119, U. 139. — Some 
qassries concerning Liberty of, n.d., 
II. 139. — Sovereign cordial for a 
Christian, 1554, H. 119. — The re- 
solving of. Dr. Feme, 1642. 

Oonaecrating and reforming. Sermon 
of. J. Colet, 1 66 1. 

Consensus vetenim. E, Sdater, 1686. 

Oonset^ J. The Rod of Recompeuce, 
1660, L 97. 

Ckmseth, Peter, Printer, Paris, 1535, 
U. 317, 

Oonsiderations concerning the present 
engagement J. D., 1649. 

Oondlinm delectorum Cardinalium et 
aliorum prsdlatorum de emendanda 
Ecclesia, 1609, III. 42. 

Consolation for all oppressed persons, 
A comfortable, 1582-3, II. 33. — for 
troubled consciences, n.d., III. 46. — 
Of. J. Cardan, 1683. — and Comfort, 
Rote or mirrour of, 1530, II. 523. 

ConsolationephiloaophisBjDe. Boethius, 

1556. 

Consort Lessons. A. Holhome, 1599. 
Thos. Morley, 1599. 

Conspiracy, The. H. Killigreto, 1638. 
W. Whitaker, 1680. 

Constable, Francis, Bookseller, White 
Lion, Patd*s Churchyard, 161 5, IL 
I39i I- 374; 1616, H. 535, L374, 
IIL 31; 1617-8, IL 557; 1619, 



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H. 204; 1620, H. 448; 1622, H. 

204, 448, 535, n. 522, III. 213; 

1624, H. 506; 1625, H. 535 ; 1626, 
L 324; 1627, III. 98; 1630, H. 
472, 627; 1631, L 384; 1632, I. 
a^ 365; 1634, I. 324; 1637, 11. 
557; 1638, H. 53, in. 163; 1639, 
H. 142 ; 1640, L 54, 185 ; 1641, H. 
366, L 271, 11. 25, 539, 661, III. 
215, IV. 153; 1643, H. 229; n.(i, 
H. 89. 

Oonttable, H. Book in answer to cer- 
tain objections tonching Q. Elizabeth's 
proceedings in the Low Countries, 
[1586I H. 119. — Diana, 1592, H. 
119, IL 139, III. 146; 1594, H. 
119,11.139; 1597,1604,11.119.— 
Four Sonnets in Sir P, Sidnetfs 
Apology for Poetry, 1595. — Befuta- 
tion de Tecrit de M. D. Tilenns, 
1601, I. 97. — Sonnets, [1590], H. 
120. — Spiritual Sonnets, MS. H. 120. 

OoBstaUe, J. Epigrammata, 1520, H. 
120. 

Constable, W. Poem to illustrate the 
saying of Peter, I. 97. 

OoBstaUaa, Duties of. W. Lamharde^ 
1606. 

OoBStaace of Cleveland, Ballad of the 
fair Lady, n.d., H. 120; 1603, II. 
684. 

OonstancF of true Love, n.el., H. 351. 

CoBstant Bettjr's Garland, ad., L 178. 
— Lusina. IL Turner, i599* — Maid. 
•/oa. Shirieyj 1640. — Nymph, 1678, 
IL 430.— Wife, A, [1630], H. 376, 
iLiLf H. 377. — young gentlewoman, 
Lamentation of a, 1593, IL 332. 

Oonstaiitine the Great Tragedy by 
N. Lee, 1684. 

Oonstaiitiiii Kodocanacidis Chiensis, 
1660, H. 95. 

OoBsfeaotbu^ilittf A late Voyage to. 
t/oa Chreloty 1683. — ^Account of fire 
at^ in Wonderful . . . deckratinn 
of great harm done, &c, 1613, IL 
247. — Siege of. N. Payne^ 1675. 

Oonstaatinople Printer, Ah. Gabai^ 
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Oonstaatiiuis redivivus. J, WhxUd, 

1693. 
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1552- 



Ckmatantiaa, Antonius, Printer, Rome, 
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OonatttntioneB EcclesiasticsB, 1597, III. 
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provinciales. O, Fieeehi, 1508; W. 
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Oonstitiitions and Canons Ecclesias- 
tical, 1604, 1633, III. 46. — provincial 
and legantines, Treatise of, n.d., II. 
603. 

Oonsnetudo. G. De Mcdt/nes, 1636. 

Oonaultation, A Godly. T, Bihli- 
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1617-8. 

Oomnunption, Of. T. Byfield, 1685. 

Oontareno, G. The Commonwealth 
and Grovemment of Venice, 1599, U. 
120, II. 139. 

Contemplation, Foundement of, n.d,, 
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Fulkey 1642. — Of. Margery Kempe, 

[1504]. 
Oontentation, Preparative to, 1597, 1. 

340. 

Ck>ntention between Liberality and pro- 
digality. Pleasant comedy shewing 
the, 1602, H. 469. — ^between thrco 
Brethren. Tlioe. Salter, 1580. — 
between the two famous houses of 
York and Lancaster, 1594, 1600, I. 
98 ; 161 9, H. 467-8. — for honour 
and riches. Jns, Shirley, 1633. 

Oontxa Tenor. W, Byrd, 1575. 

Ckmtract of a marriage between wit 
and wisdom, 1579, H. 466. 

Oontxa-replicant, his complaint to His 
Majesty, 1643-4, 11. loi. 

Ck>ntrarieB, Defence of, 1593, III. 47^ 
A. Munday, 1593. 

Oontrarieties, Marvellous combat of. 
TF. AvereU, 1588. 

Oontre-leagne and answer to certain 
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Ckmtrel, H., and H. Allestree, Book- 
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Gontrovendaram Epitomes. Jae. Chr- 
don, 1612. 

Ck>nT0r8ation, Art of pleasing in. J. 
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Oonvenion of a most noble lady of 
France, 1608, L 169. 



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Conway, £dw. Viscount, A, Colme- 
nero^s Chocolate, 1640, ded. to. 

Oonway, Sir John. Meditations and 
Prayers, 1571, I. 98. — Poesy of 
Flowered Prayers, x6ii, H. 120. — 
Yeises in G, Fenton'B Tragical Dis- 
courses, 1567. 

Ck>nyer8, Greo., Bookseller^ Golden Ring^ 
Ludgate Hilly 1687, L 363 ; 1688, 
H. 154, I. 132, IL 653; 1693, IL 
605; 1696, I. 239, 428, III. 78; 
1697, H. 160, L 428, IL 605 ; 1698, 
IV. 116 ; 1700, H. 154, 523, 1. 147, 
IL 248, 605,1V. 141 ; i702,IL 606 ; 
1703,11. 239; 1706, n. 294, 606; 
1708, A. 267 ; n.d,t H. 47, 227, 440, 
L 466, n. 324, rV. 50, A. 265. 
Compare G. C. 

Oonyers, Hen., E. Ravenecro/i'e Italian 
Husband, 1698, ded. to, 

Conyers, Jos., Bookseller^ Black Raven, 
in the Long Walk near Christ 
Church, 1662, L 370, H. 301. — 
Black Raven, Duck Lane, 1675, H. 
377; 1676, IV. 157 ; 1684, H. 158, 
II. 408, L 127 ; 1686. I. 480, ni. 
178 ; i688, H. 220, IV. 135 ; n.rf., 

H. i34» 377» 477f 49^, H. 40I1 555> 
703, IV. 88. 

OonyezB, Tobias. Translated Arminius, 

The Just Man's Defence, 1657. 
Ck>ok, Beig., M, Sievenson^s Occasions 

offspriog, 1645, ded. to. 
Ck>ok, Mary. Blood for Blood, 1670, 

L 98. — The Cruel Mother, 1670, L 

98. 
Cook, Moses. Manner of raising, or^ 

dering, and improving Forest-trees, 

1676, rV. 24. 
Cook. Portrait of John Donne^ in 

Poems, 1719, H. 162. 
Oook, Sir Anthony. Contributed to 

Vita et obitus . . .ff.etC Brandoni, 

1551* H. 55. 
Oook, The accomplisht. Rob. May, 

1600. — ^The complete, 1655, ^' ^4°> 

1662, in. 47.— The French. M. Du 

Fresne, 1673. — ^The perfect M, Mar 

nette, 1686. 
Oook, Wm. A Dose for Chamberlain, 

i66i, H. 81. 
Oooke, Alex. Country Errors, n.d., L 

99. — Pope Joane, 1610, 1625, I. 99. 

— Saint Austin's Beligion, 1623, 



IL 140. — Work for a masse priest, 
1617, n. 140. — More work for a 
masse priest, 1621, L 283. — Tet 
more work for a masse priest, 1622, 
L 283. 

Oooke, [or Coke], Sir £dw., and others. 
Conference . . . Rights and Privileges 
of the Subject, 1642, IL 447. 

Cooke, £dw., Remedies against Dis- 
contentment, 1596, L 129, ded. to. 

Oooke, £dw. Bartas junior, 1631, H. 
120. — Character of War, 1626, IL 
140. — ^Prospective Glass of War, 
1628, IL 140. 

Oooke, £dw. Translated ii. Le (TrofM^'^ 
Divine Epicurus, 1676. Reprehen- 
sion of naked breasts and shoulders, 
1678. 

Oooke, Fr. Principles of Geometry, 
n.d., n. 684. 

Oooke, Fr., Bookseller, Red Harrow, 
Mark Lane, n.d.^ IL 684. 

Oooke, Sir Greo., P. Du MoulirCa 
Heraclitus, 1630, ded. to. 

Oooke, J., Bookseller, [1720], III. 30. 

Oooke, Jos. Translated John Hall's 
Observations on English Bodies, 

1657. 

Oooke, Sir John, K Cooke's Prospec- 
tive Glass of War, 1628, ded. to. 

Oooke, John. Epigrams, [1604], LL 
140. — Greene's Tuquoque, 1614, H. 
120; 1622, n.d,, H. 120, L 99. — 
Verses in M. Drayton's Legend of 
the Great Cromwell, 1607. . 

Oooke, John, of Qray^s In'n. King 
Charles, his case, 1649, IL 140. — 
Monarchy no creature of Grod's 
making, 1651, L 98. — ^Passage from 
Wexford to Kinsaile, 1650, H. 120, 
IL 140. — Redintegratio Amoris, 
[1648], IV. 131. — ^The charges of 
the Commons of England against 
Charles Stuart, 1648,1V. 20. — ^Unum 
Necessarium, 1648,1V. 131, H. 120. 
— Vindication of the professors and 
profession of the Law, 1648, IL 684. 
— ^What the Independents would 
have, 1647, I. 98. — and others. 
Speeches and prayers, 1660, H. 95, 
LL 107. 

Oooke^ Mathew, and S. Macham, Book- 
sellers, 1606-7. See Macham. 

Oooke, Peter. Arraignment, Trial, and 



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Condemnation, 1696, IL 648, IV. 

177. 
Cooke, Lady Theophila, P. OameiUe'a 

Second part of the Cid, 1640. T, 

HeywoocPs Exemplaiy Lives of nine 

most worthy women, 1640, ded. to, 

Gooke^ Th., Bookseller, 1642, L 447. 

Godke^ Toby, Bookseller, 1578, IL 193 ; 

i579» I- 370; ^S^h H. 248; 1589, 
H. 570^ IL 161 ; 1*590, IL 228, 262, 
289; 1593, H. 248. 
Gooke^ Wm., Booksellerj nr. FumivaTe 
Gale, 1632, H. 439, L 384; 1633, 
H. 24, 554, L 384; 1634, H. 249, 
IL 621, IIL 256; 1635, H. 250, I. 
384, IV. 129; 1637, L 384, IV. 
»3J 163S1 H. 6, IIL 96; 1639, H. 
33. 4291 5^9* I- 313* III. 179 ; 1640, 

H. 204, 250, n. 245, L 196; 1641, 

IV. 129. 

OocdEe, Wm., Printer, Chester, 1720, L 
415; 1723, IL 492. 

Oodkery, A Book of. By A. IF.— A 
. little book of, n,d., H. 120. — ^A new 
book of, n,d., H. 120. — A proper new 
book of, 1546, H. 120. Marsh, 
USS^\ H. 120, in. 286; 157s, 
H. 430; 1576, I. 99. — ^Art of. Joe. 
Cooper, 1654. W, King, n,d, — 
Book of, n.d,, H. 120; 1500, L 99, 
IIL 286. — Book of. Geo, Crewe, 
1 62 X . C, Meseisburgo, 1 590. — Closet 
for Ladies and Gentlewomen, 1630, 
1632, 1635, IL 140. — dissected. W. 
BabUha, 1661. — for air manner of 
datch victuals, 1590, H. 121. — New 
book of. J, Murrell, 1630. — Noble 
book of feasts royal, n,d,, H. 1 20. — 
Receipts in. Sir T. Mayeme, 1688. 
— Receipts of pastry and. C, Kidder, 
[1700]. — The Accomplished Ladies' 
l>elignt^ 17191 H. 121. — The gentle- 
woman's cabinet unlocked, [1660I, 
H. 121. — ^The good housewife's hand- 
maid, 1594, H. 121, U. 140; 1597, 
UL 47. — Thegood housewife's Jewell. 
T. Dawson, 1596. — The queenlike 
closet, 1684, H. 121. — The queen's 
closet opened, 1655, 1656, H. 121. — 
The queens royal. T. Hall, 1719. 
— ^Treasury of hidden secrets, 1627, 
H. 121. 

Gook«ry and Carving Two books of. 
John Murrell, 1638. 



Oook's monitor. The young. M, H,, 
1683. 

Gookson, John, Bookseller, 1643, 1- 263. 

Ooomans, Jeronimus, and others. An- 
swers of the Lords the Estates general, 

^<^9 1594* n. 416. 
Ooomes, J. Poem of the Virgin Mary, 

1624, H. 124. 
Oooper, Ant Stratologia, i66o» 1662, 

H. 121. 
Oooper, C. Grammatica Lingus Angli- 

cansB, 1685, n. 684. 
Oocq^, Edw. Contributed to Vita et 

Obitus . , , H, etc, Brandoni, 1551, 

H.5S. 
Oooper, E. Engravings in F, Barlows 

Birds and Beasts, n,d,, II. 38. 

Oooper, Jos. Art of Cookery, 1654, 
III. 47. 

Oooper, Katherine, A wonderful dis- 
covery . . . murder of, 1675, H. 

391- 
Oooper, Thos. Thesaurus Lingua Ro- 

mana et Britannicsa, 1565, 1573, 

1574, 1578, II. 141. — and Thos. 

Luiquet. Epitome of Chronicles. 

See Languet. 

Oooper, Thos. Art of Giving, 1605, 
H. 122. — Cry and revenge of Blood, 
1620, H. 122, IL 141. — Mystery of 
Witchcraft, 1617, H. 122, II. 141. 
— Nona Novembris, 1607, H. 122, 
IL 141. — ^The Worldling's Adven- 
ture, 161 9, H. 122. 

Oooper, Wm., Bookseller, Pelican, Little 
Britain, Catalogus librorum biblio- 
theca Joannis Humphry, 1682, III. 
178. — ^Philosophical Epitaph in hiero- 
glyphical figures, 1675, IIL 47;— 
1669, in. 121 ; 1670, I. 29; 1675, 
III. 47; 1678, IL 191; 1681, II. 
292; 1683, LL 176; 1687, IL 251, 
566. 

Oooper, Hey any worke for. J. Penri, 
[1605]. 

Oooper's Hill. Sir John Denham, 
1642. 

Ooot, Sir C, True relation of transac- 
tions of, 1649, IV. 131. 

Ooote,Edw. The Englisli Schoolmaster, 
1596, IIL 47; 162 X, 1624, H. 120; 
1662, IL 141 ; 1665, L 99 ; 1684, 
L 99; 1704, n. 141. 

Oope, Alan. Epigramsin Thos. I^ple- 



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tcn'B Tres Thomsa, 158a. L. Hum- 
phrey^ 9 J. Juelli vita et mors, 1573. 

Ck>pe, Sir Anth. CkxUy meditation 
upon Psalms, 1547, IV. 24. 

Cope, Anth. Annibal and Scipio, 
1596, IL 141.-71 Brcuibrigg's Poor 
Man's Jewell, 1592, ded. to. 

Oope, Mrs. Eliz., W, Corkine^s Second 
Book of Ayres, 161 2, ded to, 

dopemicana of all sorts convicted. 
Edioard Hotfford, 1705- 

Oopinge, John and Ellas Thaker, Dis- 
course upon the death of, 1583, 11. 

587. 
Ctopland, Patrick. Second courant of 

News from East India, 1622, EL 4x8. 

— ^Virginia's God be thanked, 1622, 

n. 685. 

dopland, Bob., Printer^ Rose Chrland, 
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in The Passion of Our Lord, 1532, 
H. 102. — Jyl of Breynford's testa- 
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St. Austin's Mirror of the Church, 
n.d., IV. 5. Tianslated ApoUonius 
of Tyre, 1509. Art of Memory, I. 
492. Kalendar of Shepherds, 1 506, 
H. 552. Buler of the Sea, 1528, H. 
538. Triumphal Victory of the Im- 
perial Majesty against the Turks, 
1532,1V. 105;— 1515,17.56; 1521, 
H. 25 ; 1530, H. 98, IV. 84; 1533, 
m. 1T4; n.d,, H. 46, L 44, 304, 

435, n. 556. 

Copland, Bob., Tr. The seven sorrows 
that women have, «.rf., IIL 47. 

Cfoplaiid, Wm., Printer, 1532, H. 630 ; 
1542, H. 46; 1548, I. 157; 1550, 
H. 358, 624, 660, 694; 1551, H. 
417,111.234; 1552,1^^.106; 1553, 
H. 162, 196, 631, 1. 139 ; 1554, m. 

9; 1555,3.566; 1557,1. 13; 155S, 
H. 28, IL 429; 1560, IL 471; 
1561, H. 460, 634, L 433 ; 1562, L 
44, n. 192, 520; 1563, H. 464. n. 

377; 1564, H. 19; 1565, H. 417; 
1566, L 134, n. 658; 1567, IL 
174; n.rf., H. 14, 28, 35, 38, 46, 77, 
151, 167, 177, 200, 247, 261, 269, 
285, 293, 324, 400, 427, 464, 513, 
528, 538, 563, 574, 588, 594, 616, 
621, 643, 674, 687, L 28, 44, 225, 
323, 400, 468, 477, n. 47, 611, 679, 



701, m. 32, 112, 296, IV. 37, 79, 
84. 
OopLoy, A. A Fig for fortune, n.d., II. 
122. — ^Wit's fite and fancies, 1595, 
161 4, H. 122. — -fi. B.*8 Orpheus, 

1595, <^' ^• 
Oopley, Col., and Gen. Poyntz, A great 

victory obtained by, 1645, IL 666. 

Ck>pley, J. Doctrinal and moral Ob- 
servations, 161 2, IV. 47. 

Ooppe, A. A fiery Flying Boll, 1649, 
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1649, IL 141. — ^Bemonstrance of the 
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Onwford, Thos. Contributed to £iso- 
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Onwley, Sir Fx., and others, Articles of 
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OrayfordyLord. Mentioned in The Copy 
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»4. 
Orayle^ Beig., Bookseller^ Peacock and 

Bible, St, Paute Churchyard, 1684, 

H. 493, II. 680; 1685, IL 603; 

1688, L 470, 475 ; 1689, I. 484, IL 

508. 
Oreftka, Thos., Bookeeller, 1642, IL 

345 ; 1643, III. 37 ; 1657, IL 440; 

1660, IL 206, L 458. 
Greamoir, Thos., A gunpowder plot in 

Ireland ... by ^e information of, 

1641, IV. 146. 
OreiAicm, Essay upon the works of. W, 

Turnery 1695. — First Days of. Du 

Bartas, 1596.— of the World, The, 

1646, L 108. 
GreatiBe, Treatise of the dying, 1507, 

IV. 26. 
CSradit^ Description of the office of, 

1665, IV. 26. 
Gradidity and incredulity, Of. M, Cae- 

attbony 1670. 
Olreach, Thos. A Step to Oxford, 1700, 

IL 148. — Preface in LueretiuSy De 

Natura Rerum, 1682. Theocritus 

Idylliuma, 1684. ManHius, System 

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Daphnis, Elegy on his death, 1709, 

IIL50. 
Ckeed, John, Booksellery Cambridge^ 

1677, IV. 178. 
Graed, Thos., Printer, 1593, H. 573, 

IL 169, 258, 280, 351 ; 1594. H. 54, 

80^ 160^ 243, 341. 3S7» 4671 500i 



507, IL 62, 325, 549 ; 1595, H. 261, 
462, 511, 621, 659, L 139, 236, IIL 
84, IL 375 ; 1596, H. 96, 196, 242, 
315, 632, L 191, 232, UL 255, IV. 
81 ; 1597, H. 56, 252, 467, 572, L 
162, 198, 341, 354, IL 25, 231, 404, 
675; 15981 H. 35, 207, 243, 262, 
34I1 474. 5". 548, L 34, loi, IL 
156, 231, III. 285 ; 1599, H. 57, 68, 

i35» 243. 32I1 3651 451. 547i 592; 
1600, EL 436, 468, 469, 511, 549, 

632, I. 73, IL 621; 1602, H. I, 

34i» 548, 549» I- 19. 260. II. 355 ; 
1603, H. 148, 296, L 208, 233, III. 
285 ; 1604, H. 254, 276, 505, 1. 200; 

1605, H. 382, 548, II. 507, 636 ; 

1606, H. 57 ; 1607, H. 196, 206, 
632 ; 1608, H. 207, L 429 ; 1609, 
H. 207, IL 88 ; 1610, H. 609 ; 161 2, 
H. 548, L 139, IL 426; 1613, H. 
75, L 170, IV. 40; 1614, H. 21, 
428; 1615, H. 59, 204, 428, 445, 
471, 564, L 321, IIL 82; 1616, 
H. 144, 420, 552, 816, 1. 306, 318, 
368, IL 442. 

Greed, A new, 1648, H. 91. — Plain 
and godly exposition, or declaration 
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n,d,, HL 50. 

Oremer, Abbot Lully, in Theatrum 
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— Testamentum, in Tripus Aureus, 
1 61 8, IL 604. 

Qrenuma Printer, C. Draconium, 

1584. 
Oresptn, John, Printer^ Geneva, 1556, 

L 71, IL 695; 1558, H. 232; 1560, 

IV. 56. 
Oreseeid, Testament of. R, Henryeon, 

1593. 
Qreesy, H. P. de. Exomologesis, 1647, 

II. 163; 1653, IV. 29, 134 
Qreesy, S. Epistle Apologetical, 1674, 

IIL 50. — XVI. Revelations of Divine 

Love, 1670, IL 148. 
Greasy, Battles of Poitiers and. C, 

Alien, 1631, 
Crete wonders foretold, 1647, ^ ^38« 

n. 627. 

Qrewe, G. Book of Cookery, 1621. 

IL 149. 
Grew, Bp. N. Humble and faithful 

Advice to the King, 1688, IIL 125. 
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1683. E, Chamherlayne'e Anglis 
Notitia, 1676, ded. ta 

Crew, Sir Randolph. Portrait in Sir 
W, DugdMe Origines Juridieialed, 
1671. 

Grew of Kind London Gossips, 1663, 
H. 6. iS. Rowlands, 

CSrichton, Jas. Ad . . . Gasparem 
Vicecomitem, 1584, IV. 26. — Ad 
nobilissimum virum, pnidentiasimum- 
que, &c., 1585, IV. 26. — ^Epicedium 
. . . Gardinalis C. Baromsai, 1584, 
IV. 26. — In appulsu ad celeberrimam 
urbem, iS9o> IIL So* — Noticed iu 
J, Dunbar'a Epigrammata, 1616. 

Cries of London, 1 580-1, H. 343. W. 
Turner^ 1662. — Manner of crying 
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Penitential, 1701, II. 149. 

Criminal, Laws and customs of Scot- 
land in matters. Sir Geo, Mackenzie^ 
1699. 

Crimsall, R. Comparison of the Life 
of Man, L 109. — Cupid's Solicitor of 
Love, I. 108, 480, H. 129. — John 
Hadland's Advice, H. 12 9. --Joy and 
Sorrow mixed together, 1. 109. — The 
Jovial Broom-man, L 109. — The 
Politick Maid, H. 129. 

Cripps, Hen., Bookseller, Oxford^ 1623, 
IL 685, IV. 43; 1624, L 59; 1628, 
II. 73; 1632, IL 73; 163s, IL 83. 

Cripps, Hen., Booksdler, Pope*s Alley, 
1649, L 447, III. 260, IV. 61 ; 1650, 
IL 295; 1651,1V. 140; 1653, IIL 
61; 165s, H. 626, IIL 79; 1657, 
II. 581; 1658, IL 178, 506; i66o, 
L 478. 

Cripps, J. True account of the dying 
words of Ockanickon, 1682, 11. 149. 

Crisp, Lady, The General's Dinner with, 
1647, II. 212. 

Criisp, Sir N., Letter of dangerous con> 
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to, 1642, IL, 345. 

Crisp, S. Don Samuel Crisp, or His- 
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1660, H. 129. 

Crispe, Dr., Memorial to preserve the 
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Crispianus, History of. In T. De- 
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Crispin, John. Actiones et monimenta 
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Crispin and Ursula, History of. In T. 
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Criispinns. T. Decker, 1602. 

Critic, The. L. Oradan, 1681. 

Crockery Thos. The Knavish Mer- 
chant, 1656, H. 629, ded, to. 

Croft, £dw., Bookseller, 1677, IL 203. 

Croft, Rich. The Wise Steward, 1697, 
IIL 287. 

Croft, Bob. Paradise within ns, 1640, 
L 109. — Terrestrial Paradise, 1639, 
H. 129. — The Happy Mind, 1640^ 
H. 13a — The Lover, 1638, H. 129. 

Crofton, Z., M. ^frtnaon'^StrenaPoetica, 
1649, ded, to. 

Crofts, Ant., Verses in J, Stephens' 
Essays and Characters ironical, 161 5. 
— ^The Husband, 16x4, ded, to. 

Crofts, Lady, F, Quarles* Sighs at the 
deaths of three Sisters, &&, 1640, 
ded, to. 

Crofts, Rob., Bookseller, Crown, Chan^ 
eery Lane, 1657, H. 163 ; 1658, H. 
39, IV. 160 ; 1661, H. 79, 1. 313, IL 
395, IV. 126 ; 1663, L 252, IV. 64 : 
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Croke, Sir Geo,, and others. Arguments 
of. Sir Rich, Hutton, 1641. 

Croke, John. Musica Sacra, 1608, 161 1, 
H. 130. 

Croke, Rich. Orationes, 1520, IIL 50. 

Cromarty, Earl of, J, Wilson's Enthu- 
siasm, 1706, ded, to, 

Cromer, M. A notable example of 
God's vengeance, n,d,, H. 130, III. 

SO. 51- 
Crommelin, L .Improvement of the 

Hempen and Flaxen Manufactures, 

1734, IIL 51. 

Crompton, Hugh. Pierides, 1658, IL 
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Crompton, John. Verses in W, Col- 
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Crompton, Rich. L'Authorite et juris- 
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— Short Declaration and end of 
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Crompton, Wm., A. Cooke's Saint 
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Cromwell, Lady Eliz., The Court and 

. Kitchen of, 1664, IIL 51. — Epitaph 



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on, 1654, H. 130. By t/". Long, 1655. 
— Mary Gary's Little Horn's Doome 
and Downfall, 1651, ded. to, 

Cromwell, Gregory, C. Agrippa's Com- 
mendation of Matrimony, 1545. L. 
Fyrcs' IntnxL to Wisdom, 1540, ded, 
to. 

Cromwell, Hen., Speech in the House, 
n.rf., L 109. — Panegyris, by Ccesar 
WiUioTnson, 1658. — J. HeydorCa Pro- 
phetical Trumpet, 1655. ^' TeaU^s 
Ter Tria, 1658, ded, to, 

Cromwell, Lady, Discovery of three 
Witches of Warboys, arraigned for 
bewitching the death of, 1591, H. 
288. 

CromweU, Oliver, Lord Protector, A 
coffin for King Charles : A crown for 
C, 1649, H. 130. — A sad sigh . . . 
after the Lord Governor, 1649, I* 
109.— A word to, 1647, in. 51. — 
Allusions to, in Kews out of Hell, 
1536, H. 417. — and Charles Stuart 
united. W, Crostdo, 1655. — and 
others: For our faithful and ever 
honored commanders, 1641, IL 301. 
— ^Arcana Dominationis, [1682], L 
no. — Articles of the expected peace, 
1654, IV. 132. — Beatis manilMis O. 
Cromwelli parentatio, 1659, H. 131. 
— Brief chronology of passages and 
transactions, 1658, IL 150. — Case 
for Nol Cromwell's nose, 1648, IIL 
51. — Character of. R, Fleckno^s 
Heroic Portraits, 1660. — Collection 
of several papers sent to, 1655, I. 
109. — Collection of several passages 
concerning, 1659, IL 150. Chas, 
Haroey^ 1659. — Conclusion of Lieu- 
ten : Letter to the House of Com- 
mons, 1645, IL 149. — Copy of Letter 
• . . from the well affected party in 
the City, 1647, IIL 51. — Copy of 
Letter to Members of Parliament, 
1656, H. 130, 1. 109. — Copy of Let- 
ter to the committee at Cambridge, 
1643, II- 149' — Crafty Cromwell, 

1648, H. 130, IV. 67. PartIL, 1648, 
H. 130. — Cromwell's conspiracy, 
1660, L no. — Cromwell's recall, 

1649, ^ I3<^- — Death : Funeral 
Elegy. T. Lovmds, 1658. On the 
death of that grand impostor, 1661, 
H. 13a. Poem upon. J, Dryden, 



1659. Three poems upon, 1659, H. 
131, IL 150; 1682,11. 150. Thre- 
nodia triumphalis in obitum. Payne 
Fisher, 1658. — Declaration, 1655, IL 
150, 686. — ^Declaration and Order, 
1653, IIL 51. — Declaration of his 
proceedings, 1654, H. 130, II. 150. 
— Declaration of the Lord General 
and his Council of Officers, 1653, II. 
149. — Declaration in the person of. 
G. Wither, n,d, — ^Discourse or dia- 
logue between the two potent enemies: 
His illegal Commission of Array, 
i642,H. 89. — Devout Exercise, 1649, 
L 109 ; 1680, rV. 52. — Elegy on, 
in J. Dryden' s Absalom and Achi- 
tophel, 1682. — Ghost of, 1681, II. 
151. — God's gracious presence with. 
Wm, Kaye, 1658. — Hell's higher 
court of justice, 1661, H. 131. — 
History and policy reviewed : or 
heroic transactions of. H, Daubeney, 
1 659. — History of. Richard Burton, 
1692 ; M. Drayton, 1609 ; G, Lett, 
1692 ; Raguenet, 1691. — Hue and 
cry after Cromwell, 1642, H. 130. — 
II Cromuelo tragedia del co. G, Gra- 
tiani, 1661. — Impeachment of high 
treason against. J. Lilbum, 1649. — 
Inauguratio Olivariana. Payne Fislier, 
1 6 5 4. — Irenodia gratulatoria. Payne 
Fisher, 1652. — Killing is murder, 
1657, IL 150. — King Richard IIL, 
revived, 1657, IIL 51. — La tyrranie 
heureuse O. Cromwel politique. Le 
Sieur P, F. De Galardi, 167 1. — Last 
Will and Testament, 1648,11. 149. — 
Legend of the Great Cromwell. M, 
Drayton, 161 7. — Letter concerning 
the surrender of the town of Ross, 
1649, IIL 132. — Letter to Hon. Wni. 
Lenthall, 1645, II. 149 ; 1649, IV. 
52, 132; 1650, IV. 132.— Letter, 
touching loose and idle persons, 1655, 
IL 1 50. — Life, The perfect politician. 
J, S., 1660, IL 529. An Exact Cha- 
racter, r. vw,, 1658, IL 624. 

Flagellum. Jos. Heath, 1669. — 
Loyal Subject's Jubilee, 1649, ^* 'S^- 
— Margery good-cow, 1659, IIL 51. 
— Message from Grod (by a dumb 
woman) to His Highness. K Channel, 
1654. — Modest vindication of, from 
the accusations of lieut-Gen. Lud- 

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low, .1698, IV. 26. — Musarum Oxon. 
Elaiaphoria, 1654, H. 130, IL 149, 
III. 5 J. — Musarum Cantab. Luctus 
et gratulatio, 1658, III. 51. — Narra- 
tive of G. C.'s compact with the 
Devil, 1720, lY. 432. — Notae his- 
torico-politicaB in vitam O. Crom- 
wellii, 1659, H. 131. — Notice of, in 
J, Dickensone Speculum Tragicum 
Begum, 160Z. — OlivaPacia, 1654, H. 
130, IL 686. — Oliver's pocket look- 
inf^-glass, lyti, IV. 132. — Oratio 
secuuda anniversaria in honorem 
Olivari. Payne Fisliery 1657. — ^Pjean 
triumpbalis in secundam inaugura- 
tioaem Olivari Patp^ Fisher, 1657. 
— Panegy rici, 1 65 4, H. z 3a — Panegy- 
rick by Carolophilos, 1647, ^« <3^* 
E. ITo/^er, 1655. — Panegyricus, 1654, 
H. 130. — ^Parallelum Olivss necnon 
0. Cromwelli proiectoris. L. de Oaudy 
1656. — Petition to. J, deveiand^ 
[1657]. — Petition to, in Arise Evans' 
Voice from Heaven, 1653. — Portrait, 
in J. Ricr^ffs Perfect table of Vic- 
tories, 1646. Tragicum Theatrum 
Actoram, 1649. The Names of Mem- 
bers of Parliament, 1654, H. 117. — 
Private address to. Q, Wither, 
1 65 7-8. — Proclamation declaring 
O. C. Captain-general of the forces, 
1653, III. 51. — Proclamation for 
putting the laws in execution for 
setting prices on wheat, 1655, III. 
26. — Proclamation commanding . . . 
execution of Laws against Drunken- 
ness, 165s, IIL 26.— Q. D. B. V. 
Characteres tyranni O. Cromwello, 
1712, IV. 132. — ^Relation of the de- 
feating Lord Mazarin and 0. CJs 
design to have taken Ostend, 1658, 
H. 201 ; 1666, IV, 156, — Several 
Letters and passages between the 
Governor of Edinburgh Castle and, 
1650, IIL 224. — Shuffling, Cutting, 
and Dealing, 1659, I. no, IL 150. 
— Speech to the Parliament, 1654, 
IL 150. — Speech in the Council 
Chamber, 1654, IIL s^* — Sum of 
the chaige against the £arl of Man- 
chester, 1646, IL Z49. — The case is 
altered, [1660], IIL 52.— The Court 
career, 1659, IL 686.— The English 
Devil, 1660, IL 150. — The idea of. 



R,Flecknoe^ 1^5 9- — The unparalleled 
. monarch, 1656, I. 109. — The Pro- 
tector. ^» WithsTy 1655. — ^The right 
picture of King Olivar, 1649, ^^- 
149. — The tenth worthy : Anagrams 
upon the name of. Thos, Davies, 
1658. — The tragical Actors, 1660, 
H. 131. — ^The voice of Michael the 
archangel to. Arise Evans, 1654.-^ 
The world in a maize, 1659, IL 686. 
— The world's mistake in, 1668, II. 
151. — ^Treason's masterpiece. CO., 
1680. — True account of the late . . . 
conspiracy against^ 1654, IL 150. — 
True relation of his proceedings 
against the Cavaliers, 1643, IL 149. 
— Two Letters : One to, 1649, ^i^ 
224. — Veui, vidi, vici, or the triumphs 
ol T. Manley, 1652. — ^Vision con- 
cerning his late pretended Highness. 
A. Ootoley, 168 1. — ^Voyage de C. en 
Fautre monde. John of Werstatinnay, 
1690. — John Eluit's Tears of Re- 
pentance, 1653. P, Englishes Suivey 
of Policy, 1653. J, GauU^s The 
Mag-Astro-Mancer, 1652. JohnHalVa 
True Cavalier examined, 1656. John 
Jones* Cry of Blood, 1650. Jos, 
Harrington* s Oceana, 1656, ded. to. 
Oromwell, Richard, Acrostic poem to. 
/. Lineallf 1658. — Another Address 
given to. O. Wither, n.d. — Election 
and proclamation of, in Exact Char- 
acter of Oliver Cromwell, 1658, IL 
624. — Forty-four Quories, 1659, 1 1. 
151. — Grod's gracious presence with. 
Wm. Kaye, 1658. — Humble Repre- 
sentation of Officers and Armies, 
1659, IL 151. — Letter of Comfort 
to, 1 6 5 9, H. 131 . — Musarum Cantab. 
Luctus et Gratulatio, 1658, H. 131, 
IIL 51. — Petition to Committee of 
officers, 1659--60, H. 131, IIL 287. 
— Portrait in J. Parival's History of 
this Iron Age, 1659. «/. Phillip^ 
Don Juan Lamberto, 1661. — ^Pro- 
clamation, in Some further intelli- 
gence into the Affairs of England, 
1659, 11^ 74- — Speech, 1658, III. 
52. — A. Daubeny*s History and Policy 
reversed, 1659. Payne FisJier's Thre- 
nodia triumpbalis, 1658. B. Fleck- 
noe's Idea of Oliver Cromwell, i^59* 
/>. Lupian's Flanders, 1658, ded, to. 



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Cromwell, Tho&, £arl of Essex. Balade 
against maljcjous sclannderen, H. 
13 1. — life and death. M» Drayton, 
1609. — Mentioned, H. 159. — ^True 
chxonicle history of. W. /&, 1602. — 
IL Moreeyru^B Apomaxia Calum- 
niarum, 1557. /. Pyher<mgK8QtTWi/QS 
and Benefits of God; 1540, ded, to, 

Qrooik, Andrew, Bookseller^ Qreen 
Dragon^ St, PauVs Churchyard, 1636, 
L 40; 1637, H. 320, 1. 384 : 1638, 
H. 591, L 138, 384, IL 52, 328, 437 ; 
1639, 1. 76, 216, 385, H. 33; 1640, 
H. 204, 277, L 1 60, 385, IL 89, 
280, 320; 1641, L 421, IL 188; 
1642, IL 65, 83; 1643, IL 65; 
1644, IL 65, ILL 17; 1645, I. 56; 
1647, H. 122, 1. 100; 1648, H. 99, 
472, 631, L 196; 1650, III. 19, 
256; 1651, L 215, II. 5^ 1652, L 
26, II. 88; 1653, IV. 42; 1654, L 
31; 1655, IL 161; 1656, IIL 113; 
1637, in. 113; 1658, H. 529, I. 
91, rV. 41; 1659, L 54, IL 65; 
1660, H. 303, IL 243, lU. 295, IV. 
163; 1661, H. 34, L 330, IL 244, 
IIL 61 ; 1662, H. 38, n. 585 ; 1665, 
n. 620; 1666, IL 289; 1667, II. 
670; 1670, L 239, L 475 ; ^^l^f 
IIL 8, IV. 164. 

Orooke, And., and 8. Helshani, iVtn^er.9, 
Dublin, 1684, I. 99; 1685, IL 44; 
1686, IL 399; 1687, L 354; 1696, 
IL 704. 

Orooke, John, and R Berger, Book- 
9eOer9, Greyhound, St, PauTa Church- 
ford^ 1638, L 385, II. 551, IIL loi ; 
1639, IL 82. 

Orooke, John, Bookseller, 1649, IL 
620; 1653, L 385; 1654, IIL 155, 
IV. 71; 1656, L 387, IL 443; 
1658, IL 233; 1659, H. 555, L 65, 
149, 386, IL 443, 558; 1661, IL 
209; 1663, III. 48; 1664, L 239, 

n. 263; 1665, n^* 313; i6^6> I^^ 

213; 1682, IL 672. 
Crook, John, Printer, Dublin, 1662, 

IL 304 ; n.d., L 415 ; ^^^5. I^- 304- 
Crook, 8am. life and Death : Antho- 

logia by W. G., 1651, II. 240. 
Crook, Thos., Bookseller, 1639, H. 34. 
Crook, Wm., Bookseller, Three Bibles, 

Fleei Bridge, 1664, L 267 ; 1665, 

H. 20a, L 158, 371, IIL 115, 268; 



1670, L 159, IL 80, 296; 1672, 1. 
100, n. 168, IIL 115; 1673, m* 
114; 1674, L 335inL 121; 1675, 
L 35, 221 ; 1676, L 216, IL 66, 
536; 1677, IL 513; 1678, IL 89, 
144, 285, 286, 292, in. 292 ; 1679, 
II. 315 ; 1680, IL 288, 461, A. 
203; i68r, IL 310, 591, IV. 147 ; 

1682, IL 462; 1683, L 383, IIL 
118; 1684, II. 263, IIL 1 13; 1685, 
L 92 j 1687, n. 3 ; 1689, I. 326. 

Oroom, Geo., Printer, 1682, IL 632 ; 

1683, IL 22 ; 1684, H. 214, IL 15, 
88, 117, 305, 329, 364, 427, IIL 
147. 195 ; 1685, n, 364, IV. 135 ; 
1686, IL 685 ; 1694, IL 203 ; 1696, 
IL 374; 1698, IIL 258; 1699, I. 
468 ; n.d., II. 464. 

Crop-eare curried, or Tom Nash, his 

Ghost. John Taylor, 1644. 
Orosbitt, Chris. Mentioned, 1589, H. 

216. 
CrOBb7) A. Verses in C. BuUer's 

Feminine Monarchy, 1609. 
Crosby, John. Verses in Calprenede's 

Hymen's Preludia, 1658. 
Orosfleld, R. Justice per7erted, 1695, 

IV. 132. 
Croshaw, J. Diseases in Cattle, 1635, 

IL 151. 
Croshaw, Rawly. Verses in John 

Smiih*8 Description of New England, 

1616. 
Croshawe, Rich. Visions, 1640, 1. 480. 
Oroskaies and Myters comme dowue, 

1 580-1, IL 33. 
CroddllfRich., Bookseller, Lincoln* s Inn, 

1706, IV. 58. 
Croddll, Thos., Bookseller, 1675, R 84. 
Crosley, John, Bookseller, Oxford, 1667, 

I. 450, IL 44, 638; 1668, I. 351, 

IV. 162 ; 1670, 1. 5 ; 1684, IL 254 ; 

1688, IIL 197. 
CrosragneU, Abbott of. Confutation of 

his Masse. George Hay, 1563. — 

Reasoning betwixt John Knox and, 

1563, IV. 56. 
Crosse, H. School of Policy, 1605, H. 

X 3 1. — ^Vertue's Commonwealth, 1 603, 

H. 13X. 
Crosse, J. His Covert. MS., [1610], L 

no. 
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OroBse, Thos. Poem, I. no. 

QroBse, Thos., GoldsmitK Petition to 
the Lords ... of Privy Council, 
[1630], H. 614. 

Orosse, T., BookseUer, 1656, I. 135. 

Gross, T. Portraits in N. B.'8 History 
of St AiJianasius, 1664. E, AyleVs 
Speculations, 1654. Card, Benti- 
W27^«V« Provinces of Flanders, 1652. 
R, Brome^a Five New Plays, 1653. 
R, Brourdovfs Declarations and 
Pleadings, 1653. Sam, OZarA:^« Lives 
of ten eminent Divines, 1662. J, A, 
Commenius Orbis Sensualium Pictus, 
1659. Sir Bob, Cotton, Posthnma, 
1659 : Foreign War, 1690. JV. Cul- 
jpepper^s Physical Directory, 1651 : 
English Physician, 1652. Signior 
R. Dandulo in T. Warmstry'a Bap- 
tized Turk, 1658. Sir K, Dighy's 
Closet, 1668. J. Gamblers Ayres 
and Dialogues, 1656. Hugo Qrotitu^ 
Sophompaneas, 1652 : Catechism, 
1655 : Discourses, 1658. T. Graham's 
Parliamentum Imperatorum, 1654. 
Jos, HalVs Select Thoughts, 1654. 
J. jffe2/c?on*« Holy Guide, 1662 : Eng- 
lish Physician's Guide, 1662. B, 
Kilbume^s Kent> 1659. Edw., Earl 
of Manchester, in E, Calver's Eng- 
land's Posture, 1644. T, Mauley's 
Temporis AngustisB, 1649 : Afflic- 
tion and deliverance of Saints, 1652. 
A, MassingbercTs Fathers Blessing, 
1636. P. Massinger^s Three New 
Plays, 1655. F. Quarles* Arjijalus 
and Parthenia, 1656. Jer. Riches 
Pen's Dexterity, 1659. V. Wing's 
AstronomiaBritannica,i669: Youth's 
Behaviour, 1672. — Engravings in jR. 
Ay let's Devotions, 1655. B. Cra- 
shaves Steps to the Temple, 1648 : 
Daphnis and Chloe, 1657. Lucan's 
Pharsalia, 1650. J, Primrose^ s Popu- 
lar Errors, 165 1. A, PurceWs Son- 
natas, 1683. Jos. Bicraft's Oriental 
Languages, 1650. Theatrum Chemi- 
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Orosse, Wm. Belgises troubles and 
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Treatise of the. J. Martial, 1564. — 
Treatise of the Yertue of the, 1599, 
L no. 

dross in Cheap and Charing Cross, 
Dialogue between. H, Peacfiam; 
1641. 

drosses, Resolutions of those contem- 
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drosses, Comforts, Counsels* Z, Boyd, 
1643. 

drossman, S. Young Man's calling, 
1705, L no. — Young Man's moni- 
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drost Couple, The, n.i., H. 353. 

Grouch, Ed., Printer, 1660, IL 659 ; 

1664, in. 104, IV. 22; 1665, H. 
493, 1. Ill ; 1666, H. 278, I. Ill ; 
1667, H. 68; 1670, H. 21, 76, I. 
378; 1672, H. 279, IL 167, III. 
168; 1673, I- 3671 HL 5 ; 1674, H. 
220; n,d,, H. 134, 418. 

droach, Humph. Christmas carols, 
1632, n. 151. — Elegy to memory of 
Sir K Godfray, 1678, H. 132, IL 
75. — England's Jests, 1687, 1693, 
1702, H. 132. — Godly exhortation 
to the distressed nation, 1640, H. 
131. — Guy, Earl of Warwick, 1655, 
H. 132. — Lady Pecunia's Journey 
into Hell, 1654, H. 132. — Loves of 
Hero and Leander, n.d., H. 131. — 
Love's Court of Conscience, 1637, 
[1635], H. 131. — Mad pranks of 
Tom Tram, 7i.rf.,H. 132. — Madman's 
Morrice, [1640], n,d,, H. 131. — Par- 
liament of Graces, 1642, H. 131 ; 
1643, L no. — The distressed Welch- 
man, n.d,, H. 132. — The Greeks' and 
Trojans' wars, [1640], H. 131. — ^The 
Industrious Smith, n,d,, I. no. — 
The Welch traveller, 167 1, 1685, H. 
132. — Whip for the back of a back- 
sliding Brownist, n.d., H. 132. 

droach, J. — Belgica Caracteristica, 

1665, H. 132. — Census PoBticus, 
1663, H. 132. — Elegy on death of 
Countess of Shrewsbury, 1657, H. 
132. Earl of Tiveot, 1664, III. 151. 
— Elegy on Marquis of Dorchester, 
[1681], H. 132. — Flowers strowed 
. . . against the coming of the In- 
fanta Catharina, 1662, H« 132^ — 



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Londinenses Lachryrase, 1666, H. 
132. — London's bitter-sweet cup of 
tean, 1666, H. 132. — Mixt poem 
. . . return of Charles II., 1660, H. 
132. — Muse's Joy for recovery of 
Henrietta Maria, Queen Mother, 
166 1, H. X 32. — Muse's tears for death 
of Henry Duke of Gloucester, 1660, 
H. 132. — Po tenon Glukupicron, 
1666, L III. — The Dutch Embargo, 
1665, L III, H 132. 
Crouch, Nath. See Richard Burton, 
Oroudi, Kath.,^{>oA»^i2er, 1668, 11. 597 ; 
1674,111107,190; 1677,111.304; 
1681, n. 73; 1682, IL 73; 1683, 
II. 73, L 66; 1684, II. 73; 1685, 

II. 73. 677,111.26,1V. 15; 1686, 
IL73; 1688,11.333; 1689,1.489; 
1691,1.111; 1693, IL 677, III. 26 ; 
1694, IL 677; 1695, IL 677, III. 
26; 1698,11. 677; 1703, II. 677; 
1705, L no, rV. 15 ; 1706, 1. III. 

Crouch, Sam., Bookseller^ 1676, IL 133, 

III. 72, IV. 168; 1677, IV- 154; 

1678, I. 439; 1680, L 244; 1683, 

III. 29; 1685, L 426; 1687, IV. 
168; 1692, III. 252 ; .1694, III. II, 

IV. 103 ; 1695, L 69 ; 1697, L 367, 
IV., 107 ; 1700, IIL 276; 1702, III. 
63, rV. 92 ; 1705, IL 293, rV. 1 68. 

Crow, F. Vanity and impiety of Judi- 
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QtoWf Sir SackviU, Subtilty and 
cruelty: or true relation of, f 1648], 
I. 430. — His proceedings in Turkey : 
Sir T. BendisKs News from Turkey, 
1648. 

Crow, Wm., R, Lovedmf^ Letters, 1659, 
ded, to. 

Crow sits upon the wall. Ballad by J. 
Tarltan. 

Crowe, Thos., Sad Sonnet of, 1592-3, 
IL 151. 

Crowch, or Crouch, John, Bookseller, 
1636, 1640, H. 273. 

Crowch, John, and T. Wilson, Printers, 
1653, H. 493, L 348. 

Growder, S., & Co., Booksellers, 1760, 
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Growl«7, R Confutation of XIIL 
Articles, 1 548, IL 686. — Confutation 
of . . . Answer to . . . The Abuse 
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Epigrams, 1550, H 133, L in; 



1569, H. 133. — Pleasure and pain, 
1 55 1, H. 133. — ^The Psalter, in Eng- 
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L in; 1550, H. 132, 192, 473, L 
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456, 532, 544- . 
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1620. — for a conqueror. Rob. Daven- 
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Rich. Johnson, 161 2. 

Crown of England, Brief history of the 
succession of the, 168$, IIL 267. — 
Conference about the next succession 
to the. R, Parsons, 1681. — Neces- 
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New history of the succession of, 
1690, m. 75. — Treatise concerning 
the broken succession of the. R. 
Parsons, 1655 ; Compare Conference, 
suprfi. 

Crown of Thorns. Sir John Beaumont, 
n.d. 

Crowne, J. Andromache, 1675, H. 
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listo, 1675, H. 151. Pirologue to, 
1675, ^ ^5^- — City Politiques, 
1683, H. 151. — Destruction of Jeru- 
salem, 1703, H. 151. — Henry VL, 
1675, H 151. — Misery of CivU War, 

1680, H. 151. — Pandion and Amphi- 
genia, 1665, H. 133, III. 287.— 
Poem on death of EL Charles IL, 

1685, IIL 52. — The ambitious states- 
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Beau, 1694, IIL 287. — Thyestes, 

1681, H. 151. 

Crowne, Wm. True relation . . . 

travels of Thos. Lord Howard, 1637, 

L 112. 
Croxal, S. An original canto of Spenser, 

1714, IL 574. 
Croydon, The case of the inhabitants of, 

[1672], IL 587. 
Croynes, J. A hundred notable things, 

1686, IL 480. 

Cmdflx, A. C. Lever, 1607. — for true 
catholic! Sir W. Mure, 1629. 



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OmdelitatlB CalvinianaB Exempla. 
Calmn, 1585. 

Ornel and lamentable Act done by a 
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discourse of, 1578, II. 227, — assault 
of God's fort J. AwdeUy. — Brother. 
Sir W. Da/oatanty 1630. — counsel 
corrupteth a godly mind, 1565-6, II. 
30.— Better, The. W. Wager, 1565- 
6. — French lady, The, 1673, H, 408. 
— Mother, The, 1670, L 98. — tragedy, 
A, 1684, H. 347, n. 423. — Uncle, 
The, 1670, L 22. 

Cruelly punished, 1677, ^' i97- 

Cmikit liedis the blinde, 1570, H. 

536. 

Ornmbs of Comfort. M, Sparke^ 1628. 

Ommpe, Jas., Bookseller, 1643, II. 91 ; 
1655, n. 667; 1656, I. 472 ; 1660, 
III 274; 1675, ^ 35- 

Gruxnpe, John, Bookbinder, Little Bar- 
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Crnso, J. Military Instructions for the 
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Duke of Eohan's Complete Captain, 
1640. 

Qrnttenden, Hen., Bookseller, Oxford, 
1684, II. 148. 

Qrnttenden, E., Boolcsdler, 1718, II. 
266. 

Ory, A powerful, pitiful, citifull, of 
plentiful children, 1643, I^- 'S'* — 
against a crying sin, 1652, I. 112. — 
of Blood, The. John Jories, 1651. — 
of Blood and of a broken covenant 
Sir W, Mure, 1650. — of royal inno- 
cent blood, 1683, IIL 209. — of the 
oppressed. Moses Pitt, 169 1. 

Crying sin of England, The. John 
Moore, 1653, 

Crymes. See Geo. GraJiam, 

Crymes, Thos. See Thos, Graham. 

CryptomenyseB patefacta. John Fal- 
coner, 1685. 

Cuba, Island ol B, Las Ca8a»^ Tears 
of the Indians, 1656. 

Cuckold, Cure for a. J. Webster and 
W, Rowley, 1661. — The melancholy, 
1620, II. 152. 

Cnckoldom, Art of, 1697, IL 252. — 
Joyful, 1 671, II. 152. — Law against, 
1700, IIL 52. — ^no scandal, 17 15, 
IIL 287. 

Cuckolds' haven, n.d,, L 112. — ^Privi- 



leges of, 1684, H. 134. — Boom for. 

John Lambert, n,d. 
Cuckoo, The. E. Niccols, 1607.— Full 

merrily sings the, 1565-6, IL 152. 
Cuckoo's nest at Westminster, 1648, H. 

443- 
Cuck-quoaiies. Wm, Percy, H. 452. 

Cudmoro, D. Evx^pta, 1635, H. 134. 
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Cudworth, R. True Intellectual System 
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Cnffo, H. Differences of the ages of 
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Cuiaue suum, 1635, lY. 3. 

Cullen, John, Bookseller, [1700], IL 
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CuUeyn, [Cologne], Proclamation and 
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Colme, Rich., J. Quarles' History of the 
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Cnlmer, Rich. Cathedral News from 
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Culpepper, Sir John, and others. His 
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1642, IL 98. Aiiswer of the Lords 
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1642, IL 150. Petition and reasons 
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1648, IV. 20. C7. Vernon* s Regulat- 
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Culpepper, N. Approbation, in P. 
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Culpepper, Sir Thos. Tract against the 
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Culpepper, Sir Thos. Advantages . . . 
by abatement of interest, z668, IV. 
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Culpepper, by T. Manley, 1669, — 



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Mond discourses and Essays, 1655, 
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Verses in Payne Fisher^s Marston 
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Chilross, Eliz. Melvil, Lady. A godly 
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Only, D. Works, 1726, 1. 480. 

Gum bono Deo. And. Logie^ 1624. 

Gnmbeiford, H. Loves Hawking-bag, 
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Giimberlaad,Francis,Earlol W.Bf/rcTe 
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Cumberland, Geo. Clifford, Earl of. 
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Wrighf$ Certain Errors in Naviga- 
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Oomberlaad, Henry, Earl of. Declara- 
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Onmberlaiid, Margaret, Countess of. J, 
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Onmberland, Rich., Bookseller^ Angel, 
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Onmberlaad Laddy, n.d, H. 134. 

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Cnmberlaad and Westmoreland. A 
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Oomxle, Eliz. Melvill, Lady, A. Hume's 
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Ommingliani, Wm. Almanack and 



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1563. 
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Oupid and Death. Jas. Shirley, 1653;. 
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masterpiece, 1685, H. 134. — messen- 
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— school, 1632, 1642, H. 134. — 
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II. 1 5 3. — soliciter of Love. E. Crim- 
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Ouxia Baronis. See Court Baron. — 
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Curiosa Arcana, [1700], IV. 118. 

CuriositieB. R, Basset, 1637. — ^Ad- 
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Curl, K, Bookseller^ 17 12, III. 109, 

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Curse against Parliament Ale, 1649, ^I* 

458. 

Cursetors, Caveat or warning for com- 
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Cursing and swearing, Christian ad- 
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Curteyne, Amos, Bookseller, 1665, I. 
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Curtis, Mrs. Jane, and others, L'Es- 
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Curtis, Langley, Bookseller, Ludgate 
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Cynosura. N. Cross, 1670. 

Cynthia. R. Bamfidd, 1595. 

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Oyropadia. Xenophon^ 1632. 
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1623. 
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D., Monsieur. Methode facile pour ap- 

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D., H. Life of Jonathan Wild, 1725, 

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D., Sir L See Sir John Davies. 
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D., I Translated Aristotk^s Politiques, 

1598, IL 15. 
B., L A publication of Guiana's Plan- 

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J, ElioVs Glorious Progress of thd 

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1673, IIL 271; 1678, IIL 97; 

1679, L 244, 467 ; 1680, IIL 154 ; 

1681, 11. 72, IIL 267 ; 1686, L 92 ; 

1687, rV. 88; 1689, IIL 18, 120, 

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Daniel, Roger, Bookseller^ Angela Lam- 
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Butford Heatli, Humble Address of 
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1660, n. 106. 

Dartmouth, Geo., Earl of, K Higden's 
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Dtrtnumth, Full and exact relation of 
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64. 

VAidfiu, M. Translated P. Galtrth 
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Dastln's Dream : in Theatnim Ghenii- 
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1590, L 117. 

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Daunoia, Mdme. Le Comte du War- 
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Daufl, J. Translated J. Sleidana Chro- 
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D'Avansati, B. Scisma d'Inghilterra, 
1638, IV. 28. ^Discourse upon Coins, 
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Davenaat, Dr. Apology for the ancient 
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Davenant, Lady, Sir W. Davenanfu 
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DaTenaat, Sir Wm. Works, 1673, H- 
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. Francis Drake, 1659, IL 159, H. 
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I. 118. — Love and Honour, 1649, 
H. 141,11 158. — Madagascar, 1638, 
1648, H. 141, I. 118. — On the 
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Panegyrick to General Monck, 1659, 
H. 142. — ^Poem upon His Majesty's 
return, 1660, H. 142, I. 118. — Sal- 
macida Spolia, 1639, H. 141. — Siege 
of Rhodes, Part I., 1656, H. 142. 
Part IL, 1663, H. 142. Complete, 
1659, 1670, 11. 159. — Temple of 
Love, 1634, H 141. — The Man's the 
Master, 1669, H. 142, IL 159. — The 
Colonel, 1629-30, IL 158. — The 
Platonick Lovers, 1636, H. 141, I. 
118; 1665, IL 159. — ^The Rivals, 
1668, IL 159, H 142.— The Wits, 
1636, H. 141, 1. ii8 ; 1665, IL 159. 
— To the Knights, &c., of the Ho. 
of Commons, 1641, H. 141. — Tri- 
umphs of the Prince d' Amour, 1635, 
H. 141,1. 1 1 8. — Unfortunate Lovers, 
1 643, IL 1 58. — Two Excellent Plays, 
1665, IL 159. — Verses in Fables of 
jEsopy J. bgilby, 1651 ; F. Mai- 
vezzCs Romulus and Tarquin, 1638; 
R. WtllSy Poematum liber, 1660. — 
His voyage to the other world. R. 
Flecknoe, 1668. — ^Poem to, in Poems, 
Epistles, and Epigrams, 1658, H. 
168. — Letter to. Sir John Suckling^ 
1629, H 583. — The King's Commis- 
sion to, in Lord Baltimore's Case, 
1653, IL 77. 

Dayenpoxt, Sir H., Articles of Accusa- 
tion against, 1641, IL 446. — Edw. 
Hyde^a Speech at Impeachment of, 
1641, IL 298. 

Davenport, J. Witches of Hunting- 
donshire, 1646, IL 159. 

Dayenport, Rob. A Crown for a Con- 
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to Cheat the Devil, 1639, ^ i42> 
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4655, H. 142 ; 1662, L 119. — Poems, 
H. 142. — Survey of the Sciences, H. 
142,— The City Night^Cap, 1661, H. 
142, I. 118. — The Pirate, H. 142. — 
The T. />., author of The Bloody 
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N, Richard^ Messalina, 1640; T. 
Rawlin^ Rebellion, 1640. 

Davenport, R., Printer, 1661, IL 73; 
1665, H 578, IIL 262. 



DaveuLry, Letter concerning the yield- 
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Allen's seditious drifts, 1588, HI. 

153. 

Davers, J., Secrete of Angling by [1]. 
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David, K., and Bersheba, H. 142. — 
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Interlude of the two sins of, 1561^ 
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1572, H 142. — Sins of. Tho8. Fuller, 
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David, St, The Welchman's Jubilee to 
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David the Advocate. Sum of the 
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Davidson, J. Commendation of Up- 
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Davidson, Thos. Cantus, Songs and 
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119. 

Davidson, Thos., Printer, Edinburgh, 
1514, IIL 123; 1525, H. 295; 1527, 
IIL 20; 1540. above the nether 
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Davie, Hen., J, Roberts'* Great Yar- 
mouth's Exercise, 1638, ded, to. 

Davie, S. End and Confession of Thos. 
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Davies, K Art of War, 1619, IL 159, 

Davies, Humphrey, E. Oocker^s Arith- 
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\, Sir John. A new Post, n.c2., H. 
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the State of Ireland, 1613, L 120. — 
Exact Afaridgment of Books of Be- 
porta, originally written in French, 
1653, IV. 138. — Hymns of Astnta, 
1589, H. 143. — Nosce Teipsum, 
1599, H. 143, L 120; 1602, 1608, 
1619, 1622, H. 143. — Utinam, 
&a, 1591, L 120. — Orchestra, 1596, 
H. 143. — ^Reason's Moane: in Eob. 
Ma9on*s Reason's Academy, 1605. — 
Sir Martin Mar-People: his Collar 
of £sse8, 1590, H. 143. — Work for 
none bnL Angels and Men, 1653, 
1658, H. 143. — Le premier report 
des Cases, &c., 1615, IL 160; 1628, 
I, i20. — ^Verses in W. B.'s Philoso- 
pher's Banquet, 1614 ; Chr. Brooke* » 
Eglogue, 1614; W, Browne's Shep- 
herd'a Pipe, i^5i4; Payne Fisher* s 
Dens et Rex, 1675. — Noticed in J. 
Dunbar's Epigrammata, x6i6. — and 
C M. Epigrams and Elegies, [1597], 
H. 431. — Sir James War^s ^tiqui- 
ties of Ireland, z 705. 

BATias, John, of Kidwelly, Edited J. de 
la SaUe's [fToZ?] Paradoxes, 1653, 1. 
198.— Translated E. UAranda's His- 
tory of Algiers, 1666. Z>. BlondeTs 
Sibyls, t66i. Calprenede's Hymen's 
-PrsBludia, 1659; Pharamond, 1662; 
The Ceremonies of the Vacant See, 
1 67 1, L 494. DelaChambre^s Aithow 
to know men, 1665. History of the 
Caniby Islands, 1666, IL 81. In- 
stnietions for History, 1 680, IIL 1x2. 
G, Naudt^s History of Magic, T657. 
Obsenrations on Poems of Homer 
and Viigil, 1670, 1. 221. A, Olea- 
riuSf Voyages, 1662. A, de Savor- 
9ttno*s Ia Picara, 1665. Seuderifs 
Cleila, 1 659. C, SoreTs Extravagant 
Shepherd, 1653. The Mercury Gal- 
lant, 1673, IL 393. [Qy. other works 
under J. />.] 

DaTlM, John, qf Hereford, Bien Venn, 
1606, H. 144. — Forty-threo Epi- 
grams, H. 145. — Humours Heaven 
upon Earth, 1609, ^ i44> I* 1^9; 
1605, I. 119. — Microcosmos, 1603, 
H. 144, L 119; 1605, L 119. — Mi- 
rum in modum, 1602, H. 144. — 
Muses' Tears for the loss of their 
hope, 1613, H. 144, 1. 120. — Scourge 
for Paper Persecutors, 1624, L 1203 



1625, H. 145. — Scourge of Folly, 
[1611], H, 144. — Select secoad hus- 
band for Sir Tboa Overbury's Wife, 
1 616, H. 144. — Solomon's Pest- 
house, 1630, H. 145, L X19, IL X54. 
— Summa Totalis, 1607, H. 144 — 
The Holy Rood, 1609, R 144.— The 
Muses^ Sacrifice, x6x2, H X44. — 
Verses under portrait of Q. Elizabeth, 
1614, H. 145. — Wits' Bedlam, 161 7, 
Hi X4S. — Visits' Pilgrimage, [1605], 
H. X44, L XX 9. — Writing Sciiool- 
master, 1620, IL x6o ; X648, H. 145 ; 
X663, 1667, H. 145, IIL 228. — 
— ^Verses in W, Browne's Britannia's 
Pastorals, x6i6. T. Decker's Lant- 
home and Candlelight, 1608. The 
Muses' Sacrifice, x6i2, IL 687. J. 
GWZ/tm'tf Display of Heraldry, x6xo. 
J. MeUan's Six-fold Politician, X609. 
T. Bavenserofi*s Charactering, x6x4. 
Capt J. Smith's Disc, of New Eng- 
land, 16x6. J, Taylors Urania, 
16x5. E, Vaughan's Water- works, 
x6ic. Oeo. Wiiher's Worfgs, X620. 

Dalies, John, S. T, D. Antiquie Lin- 
gua Brit rudiments, X621, L 120; 
1632, U. 160. 

DaTiea, John, M.D. Translated J. 
Torriano's Vocabulario, x688, IL 
600. Saneiorius, Medicina Statica, 
1676. 

DaTies, John, 0/ Meriondh, Epicede 
ill ^V W. Vaugfum's Erotopaignion, 

1598. 

DaTies, Mainwaring, E. Coehet^s Arith- 
metic, 1678, ded, to. 

Davies, Mary. Narrative of a strange 
and wonderful old woman, X676, H. 

MS- 
Davies, Rich. Funeral Sermon on 

Earl of Essex, 1577, I. 120. 
Daviea, Rich. Chester's Triumph, x6xo, 

H. X45. 
Davies, Sir Thoa, Lord Mayor. Lon- 
don's Triumph. Thos, Jordan, X676. 

— Rich, Wallis, London's Armory, 

1677, ded, to. 
Davies, Thos. The xoth Worthy, X658, 

H. X45. 
Davies, T., Bookseller, 1656, II. 443; 

x68x, IL 90, 363. 
Davies, W., Bookseller, 1681, IL 134; 

1684, in Amen Comer, IL 26. 

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Davila, H. C. Ciril Wara of France, 

1647, IIL 56. 
Pavig, Ann, Trial of Mary Compton 

and, 1693, IL 488. 
Bavia, d, Bookseller^ Patemorier Baw^ 

1734, L 249- 
Davia, £., Bookseller, 1662, L x6. 
Bavia, Jaa., Booksallerf Greyhound^ Si, 

PauTs Ch.-ycLj i46o, L 371 ; 1662, 

Pavia, Sir John. England's Inde- 
pendency, 16.74, IIL 39. 

Pavia, Sir John. See Daviesi 

Pavia, John.. The World's Hydro- 
graphical Description, 1593, II. 160. 

PaTla, John, A Great Discovery, re- 
lated hy, 1 64 1, UI. 103. 

Davia, J., Printer^ 1642, H. 244. 

Pavia, Mr., Murdered. Trial of Cap. 
Langston and others, 1663, IIL 146. 

Pa^is, B. Hymns, 1694, 1. 481. 

Pavia, Bich., Bookseller, Oxfardj 1652, 
L 407 ; 1653, L 262 ; 1655, IV. 32 ; 
1658, IL 390, 438; 1660, IL 61, 
626, 650, IIL 258; 1663, I. 231, 
280, IL 396; (664, L 221, IL 504; 
1665, IL 288, 368, IIL 182 ; 1666, 
IL 585, IIL 22, 133^ 1667, H. 629, 
IIL 181; i668, L 178; 1670, IL 
585 ; 1672, IL 52, IIL 208 ; 1674, 
I. 43. 456, IIL 83, 22 ; 1679, II. 
469; 1680, IL 125; 1682, IL 187, 
A 20I ; 1683, III. 22. 

PaTis, T., Bookseller, Fleet St., n,d., 
IL 203. 

Pavia, T., and T. Sadler, Booksellers, 
Bible, nr. North Door of St. Pauls, 
1660, IL 278. 

Pavia, W., Bookseller, 1704, lY. 86. 

Pavia, Walter, Bookseller, 1680, IIL 
80; 1681, H. 132 ; 1682, 1. 279, II. 
311 ; in Amen Comer, 509, 554, 641, 
653, IIL 66, 314; 1685, L 394, IL 
118; 1687, IL 285. 

PaTla, William, Bookseller, 1701, L 

479- 
Paviaon, Fr. Anagrammata, 1603, H. 

146, III. 56. — Gray's Inn Mask, 

1594, H. 145. — Poems, 1621, H. 

145. — Poetical Bhapsody, 1602, H. 

144, I. 120; 1608, H. 144, IL 160; 

161 1, £L 144. 

Payison, Peter, R. LineKs Fountain 

of Ancient Fiction, 15999 ded. to. 



PaTiflon, Secretary, and others, W, 
De Bdlaifs Instmctions for the Wars, 
1589, ded. to. — Profitable Instruc- 
tionsj 1633, I. 231. 

Paviflon, Wm. Philosophia Pyro- 
technica, 1640, lY. 134. 

Pavy, Fell! Mc Beeah Mack, Xews 
from Lough-foyle, of Bebellion of, 
1608, H. 292. 

Davy, Mich. Miscellanies, 1669, III. 
56. 

Payy, S. Heaven realized, 1670, I. 
120. 

Payy Dycar's Dream. T. Churchyard, 
n.d. 

Pawe, Jack. Prognostication, 1623, 
H. 485. 

Pawas, Geo., Bookseller, 1666, IL 509; 
1675, II' 66, lY. 144. 

Pawka, J., Printer, 1697, L 70, III. 
49; 1702, L 291. 

Pawka, Capt Bichard, True Belation 
of bra?e exploit of. N. Payne, 1642. 

Pawka, Thos., Printer, 1675, m* 253 ; 
1679, 248; 1680, lY. 76; i68i, 
lY. 162. 

Pawlman, Bobt., Bookseller, 1643, m- 
168. 

Pawaon, £ph., and Thos, Downe, Book- 
sellers, 16 16, L 176. 

Dawson, £ph.. Bookseller, 1629-30, IL 
108 ; 1636, IL 604. 

Pawaon, G«o., Printer, 1649, II. 403. 

Pawaon, Gertrude, Printer, 1649, I. 
47, 300, lY. 61 ; 1650, R 553, IL 
240; 1651, IL 552, lY. 95, 139; 
1652, lY. 81 ; 1653, A 260, III. 
301; 1654, lY. 52; 1655,. IL 459; 
1656, IL 259, 389, 524, 427, IIL 
158; 1657, L 448; 1658, IIL 113 ; 
1659, 1. 245 ; 1661, III. 251. 

Pawaon, G., Bookseller, 1664, L 441 ; 
1685, lY. 158. 

Dawson, John, Printer, 1621, H. 51, L 
439» 170; 1622, II. 482, IIL 85, 
95, 107, 117, 119, 174, 175, 184, 
227; 1623, IL 250; 1624, L 23,67, 
IL 269; 1625, H. 403, I. 398, IIL 
30, 164; 1626, I. 154; 1627, II. 
685; 1628, L 398; 1632, L 413, 
IL 10, IIL 214; 1633, II. 262; 
1637, H. 654, IL 187; 1638, H. 
126, 262, 412, L 207, 105, 177, 
452, IL 613 ; 1639, L 291, 302, 347, 



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441, II. 633, 659, IV. 76; 1640, 
IIL 231, H. 75, L 385; 1641, H. 
51, 53, L II, 111^23; 1642; H. 75, 
L 67; 1643, ^ 29; 1644,1 XL 181, 
481, IIL 17 ; 16:^6; I.' 294; 1648, L 

BawBon, Jos., and others. Trials, 1696, 

n. 648. 

DaWBon, Mary, Printer, 1635, IL 507 ; 
1636, II. 250, 604. • 

BawBon, Bich. Address and Remon- 
strance, 1 66 1, III. 56. 

Dawson, Thos. Good Housewife's 
Jew^ 1596, H. 146, L 120; 1610, 
L 120. PartIL, 1585, 1. 120; 1597, 
H. 146, L 120 ; 1606, I. 12a 

BawBon, Thos., PritUer^ 1547, H. 56, 
IL 205 ; 1578, H, 206, L 482, II. 
222; 1579, H. 32, 233, 424, 516, 
692, I. 28, II. 225, IIL 29, 133; 
1580, H. 229, L 62; 1 58 1, H. 184, 
IL 424 ; 1582, H. 37, 188, 195, 210, 
357, L 230, 256; 1583, H. 156, IV. 
180; 1584, H. 360, IIL 73; 1585, 
IL 51, 424; 1586, H. 233, IL 193 ; 
i587,IL222,IV. 32; 1588,1V. 17; 
1589, BL 447; 1590, H. 448; 1591, 

H. 557» II- 7i7» I- 159; i592» I- 
407, IL 123; 1593, IL 160; 1594, 

H. 390, IL 549; 1596, IL 328; 

1598, IL 250; 1599, H. 580, 334; 

1602, H. 109; 1603, IL 351 ; 1607, 

R 146; 1608, in. 166; 1613, H. 

505 ; 1615, L 408; 1617, H. 267. 
BawBon, T., Printer^ 1642, IIL 33. 
Day, AngeL Daphnis and Chloe, H. 

146. — English Secretary, 1586, H. 

146; i59S» 15991 II- j6o; 1614, 
rV. 28.— Life and Death of Sir 
Philip Sydney, 1586, H. 146. — Won- 
derful Strange sights in London, 

' .' 1585, H. 146. — Verses hefore Nema'a 
Nemio, 1595, H. 146. 

D9J» J<^ ^ow Spring of Divine Poetry, 
1537. S. 146. 

Day, John. Blind Beggar of Bethnal 
Green, 1659, H. 147. — Elegy on John 
Tatham, L 418. — Humour out of 
Breath, 1608, H. 146. — Isle of Guls, 
1606, IL 146, IIL 56 ; 1633, H. 146, 
IL 160. — Law Tricks, 1608, H. 146. 
— Parliament of Bees, 1641, H. 147. 
— Peregrtnatio Scholastica, IL 687. 
— Travels of Three English Brothers, 



' 1607, H. 146, L 121. — The Return 
from Parnassus, 1606, attributed to, 
H. ' 470. — and T, Decker, Guy of 
Warwick, 1619-20, IL 160. 

Day, John, Printer, at tfte Beeurredian^ 
a little above Holbom Conduit, 1547, 
IL 611; toith W. Seres, 1547, IL 
425,1V. 24; 1548, H. 228,476,631, 

631 i32» Soo> I- 323. 487, IL 110, 
279, 609, 686, rV. 57; 1549, IL 
119, IV. 16; 1550, H. 382, II. 298, 
IIL 8, IV. 8. Alone, 1550, H. 34; 
1551, H. 55, L 32; 1553, H. 23, L 
473,IL86; i556,H.7,IL jo7,atAl' 
deregate; 1557, L 143, II. 326, 356, 

493f IV. 70; 155*. H- 7i II- 299. 
429; i5S9i II- >53» 5191 A. 166; 
1560, H. 105, 441, IL 77, 562, IIL 
167 ; 1561, H. 342, 425, IL 708, A. 
165 ; 1562, IL 246, IIL 135, L 405 ; 
1563, H. 105, 1564, IL 614, IIL 
141 ; 1565, H. 105, U. 208, 491, 
581; 1566, L 345, IL 582; 1568, 
H. 625, II. 250, 402,111. 170; 1569, 
H. 390, 424, L 405, IL 41, 121, 402, 

493i 581. Ill- 178; 1570. H- I5i 45. 
61, 410, 424, 530, II. 18, 208, 225, 

356, 581, 7"» III- 178; i57i» H- 

i5» 6531 I- 57» i4ii II- "4, IIL 
281, rV. 139, A. 104; 1572, H. 343, 

L 227, IL 67, 68, 430^ >573> H. 
442, IL 163, 296 ; 1574, IL 76, IIL 
8, IV. 82 ; 1575, IL 414, m. 8, 170; 
1576, H. 209, IL 225; 1577, H. 245, 
L 152, IL 20; 1578, L 405, IL 35, 
IIL 229, 306, H. 544; 1579, H. 

»37» II- 33o» 694, III. 82 ; 1581, IL 
155, 245, 209, IL 698; 1582, L 405; 
1583, n. 225,581,1V. 80; 1584, IIL 
135; n.d., H. 9, 34, 1301 362, 562, 
L 53, 282,418, 440, IL 17, 27, 415, 
429, IIL 51, rV. 8, 38. 

Day, John, Bookeeller, at OuHdhall-Oate, 
1629, 1. 432. 

Day, Kichard, translated /. Foa^s Christ 
Jesus Triumphant, 1579. 

Day, Richard, Printer^ at Alderegafe, 
1578, IL 199; 1579, IL 199, L 10; 

1585, H. 496, L 405* 475. II- 20; 
1590, IIL 202; 1595, H. 245, 
IL 581, 698; 1597, L 479, IL 
225. 
Daye, Stephen, Printer, at CamMdQep 
New England, 1640, II. 503. 



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Day, Wm. Contributed to Vita et 
obituB JET. et 0, Brandoni, 155 1. 

Day and Night, Dialogue between, 
1565, Hi 159. — fatality. John Gib- 
bofif 1686.— of Doom, 1666, 1673, L 
121 . — of Judgement's Model Ladi/ 
E, D. Audley, 1646. 

Days. De cunione lune, [1530I H. 147. 
--K)f the week, Nature and disputa- 
tion of, 1540, H. 147. 

Deacon, B., BooTceetter, Angela GtU-spur 
St., [1690], L 68; 1699, IL 327; 
1703, IL 703, III. 196; 1704, H. 
305 ; fi.rf., IL 224. 

Deacon, John. Nobody is my name, 

- II. 160, H. 421. — Tobacco tortured, 
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Delia. S. Daniel, 1594. 

Delia and Rosamond. & Daniel, 1594. 

Delidft Poetarum Scotorura. A. Jon- 
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IMsik printed. See Delft. 

Delphi Phoenicixantes. Edmund Dick- 
inson, 1655. 



DELUDED 



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DSNHAM 



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Delndinc World, The. John Taylor, 
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DemetruB, G. Trandaied True Rela^ 
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IV»«*» John. Appiusand Virginia, IL 

689. — Court of Death, 1695, IL 169. 

— £legy in The Mourning Poets, 

1695, IL 386. — Essay on the Navy, 

1 703, IIL 61. — The Impartial Critic, 

1693, IIL 61. — Plot and no Plot, 
H. 689. — Usefulness of the Stage, 
1698, I. 125. — Translated OM, 
Passion of Byblis, 1692. 

Domiiaon, C, Bookaeller^ Stationer's 
AmUf within Aldgate^ 1686, H, 390 ; 
1690, 1. 391 ; «.rf., H. 96, I. 393. 

Denny, Sir Anth., Polydure VergiCs 
Abridgement, 1546, died. to. 

Denny, £dw.. Lord. Bp, Jos, Hairs 
Quo Vadis 1 1 6 1 7. Ovid's Metamor- 
phosis, 1 618. T. Weelke's Ayres, 
1608, ded to. 



Denny, Lady, W. HugJie's Troubled 
Maoi's Medicine, 1646, ded. to. 

Denny, Sir W. Palecanicedium, 1653, 
H. 155. — Shepherd's holiday, 165 1, 
L 125. — ^Contributed toi2o& Dover's 
Annalia Dubrensia, 1636. 

Denaell, Sir W., Joe. Peele's Perfect 
Reckoning, 1553, ded. to. 

Dent, GUes, W. Winstaideifs England's 
Worthies, 1684, ded, to. 

Dent, Sarah, and others. Confessions 
and Execution, 1679, 1. 342. 

Denton, J. Epitaph on Edward, Earl 
of Derby, 1572, H. 155, L 125. 

Denyaldna, R BoUo-Northnuinno-Bri- 
tannious, 1660, H. 155. 

Depoltrott) John. Answer to the exa- 
mination, &c, 1562-3, L 226. 

Depopulation arraigned, &o. Rob. 
Powell^ 1636. 

Deptford, Strange and wonderful news 
from, 1683, H, 317. — ^True relation 
of the inundation of Waters at, 1651, 
H. 316. — Garland, n.d.^ L 125. 

De Qnesne, Mens., Account of his Ex- 
pedition to Chio^ 1683, IV. 127. 

Derby, Alice, Countess ol W. Jewell's 
Golden Cabinet, 161 2. Three Pre- 
cious Tears of Blood, 161 1, I. 170, 
ded. to. 

Derby, Chaa., Earl of, E. Borlas^s 
Latham Spaw, 1670; and The Re- 
duction of Ireland, 1675, ded. to. — 
The Protestant Religion, 1671, IIL 

3io« 
Derby, Countess of. T. Lodges Proso- 

popeia, 1596. Ab. Darcie's Honor of 

Ladies, 1622, ded. to. 

Derby, Dowager-Countess of,. T. Gains- 
fords Trebizond, 161 6, ded. to. 

Derby, Edw., Earl of, Copy of Letter 
from John Brad/orth to, 1555, L 46. 
— ^Epitaph. By J. Denton, 1572, IL 
155, L 125. — Ethiques of Aristotle, 
1547, IV. 4, ded. to. 

Derby, Hen., Earl of. Doleful adieu to 
the, 1594, IL 169. — ^Epicedium in 
obit, M. Gwinne, 1 593 ; Hen. Price^ 
1593. — Epitaph upon death, 1593, 
IL 169, H. 575.^ — Lancaster's lamen- 
tation for death of, 1593, IL 332, H. 
575. — Remembrance of, 1593, IL 
X69. — Letter lately written from 
Rome, 1585, ded. Uk. 



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Derby, Jas., Earl of. List of divers 
persons ... to dye without mercy, 
1648, III. 187.— Relation of Pas- 
sages in Lancashire this Week, 1643, 
XL 706. — ^Relation of the besieging 
of Manchester, 1642, IL 386. — 
Speech at Bolton, 165 1, IIL 238. — 
True and perfect relation of Proceed- 
ings at Manchester, 1642, lY. 57. — 
True Relation of Victory of Cap. 

I- Ashton, at Whalley, against^ 1643, 
II. 332. — True Relation of Proceed- 
ings of U.M.'s Army in Cheshire, 
&c, 1642, lY. 19. 

Derby, Margaret, Countess of, T, Lup- 
ton^s One Thousand Notable Things, 
1579, ded.io, 

Derby, Wm., £arl of, Lancashire man's 

. joy for the late marriage of, i594-5« 
IL 332. — F, PUkington's First Book 
of Songs, 1605, ded, to, 

Derby Ale; The Paradise of Pleasure, 
1700, IIL 62. 

Derby, Mayor of, Copy of a Paper de- 
livered hy Lord D to, 1688, IL 

645- 
•Derby BookadUr: H. Allestries, 1725. 

Derbyshire. To the King's most excel- 

, lent majesty, 1642, II. 144. — C. 

Cotton* 8 Wonders of the Peak, 1694. 

W. Bagahato'B De Spiritualibus Pecci, 

1702. 
Derendel, P. True and lively historyck 

portraiture of the Bible, 1553, III. 

'7- 
Derham, S. Hydrologia Philosophica, 

1685, L 125. 

Dering, Sir Edw. A Consideration and 
a Resolution, 1641, I. 126. — Collec- 
tion of Speeches, 1642, L 126. — 
Four Cardinal Vertues of a Carmelite 
Friar, 1641, I. 126. — Speech, 1641, 
IL 170. — /. Partridgt^a Defectio 
Geniturarum, 1697, ded. to, 

Dering, Edw. Works, 1580, L 125. — 

( Brief and necessary instruction . . . 
for Householders, 1572, IIL 289. — 
Godly Private Prayers, [1570], 15931 
IL 689. 

Deri2ig, Rich., and others. Cantica 
Sacra, 1662, H. 151, 462 ; 1664, H*. 
462 ; 1674, II. 80. 

Dericke, Mr., Ooldsmith^ 1567. Men- 
tioned, H. 348. 



Demyllf J. Merry prognostication, 
1567, IL 170. 

Derriidc, J. Image of Ireland, 1578, 
H. 15s; 1581, II. 170. 

Derry, Siege of: in Vindication of 
Rev. Alex. Osbom, 1690, III. 280. 
— Burning of : in News from Lough- 
foyle, 1608, H. 292. 

Deeainliens, G. Amalt and Luoenda, 
1575, H. 280. — Campodi Fior, 1583, 
L 126. — French Littleton, 1566, I. 
126; 1581, IIL 289; i593>rV-3ii 
134; 1609, L 481. — French School- 
master, 1573, H. 280, IL 170; 
Howe, fkd., [1582I, H. 693; 1 61 2, 
IL 170; 1618, H. 280; 1619, I. 
481, H. 280; 1636, 1649, L 126; 
1641, I. 481. — French Dictionary, 
1593, H. 281, 693. — Italian School- 
master, 1597, H. 280; 1608, I. 126, 
H. 281. — Treasury for declrning of 
Verbs, 1590, IIL 62; i64i,L\48i. 
— Treasury of the French tpague, 
1580, L 136. 

Desborongh, Lord, D, Peffs Pelagos, 
1659, ded to, 

Desberongh and Lambert, Woodcut of 
Cromwell led by : in /. Phtlip^s 
Don Juan Lamberto, i66i. 

Descartes, R Compendium of Music, 
1653, H. 155, IL i7o.-r-Life, by 5. 
•A> 1^93) ^^^ ^3- — Passions of the 
Soul, 1650, IV. 134. — Philosophy, 
translated by A. Le Grand, 1694, IL 

339- ' 

Description of the natime of a byrchen- 

brome, 1562-3, IL 29. — between 

man and woman, 1567-8, IL 379. — 

of the mortal life, 1 561-2, IL 29. 
Deserving Favourite. L, Carliell, 

1629. ' 

Desimns, Raphael Merlinus Anony- 

mus, 1654, IL 171. 
Desmarets de Saint Sorlin, C. Ariana, 

1636, H. II, III. 63 ; 1641, I. II. 
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606. 
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Despagne, J. Anti-Duello, 1632, II. 

172. 
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sequies de Princesse Marie, 1561, IIL 

61. 



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DamaeiB: Tragedy. M. Par- 
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— sinner sore vexed with pain, 1565- 
6, II. 3a V • 

Ddq^reanz, 3i. Prior's English Ballad ; 
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Desttsy, Book to find. Arcandam, 
1617. 

9e^<^ H. Cannina in Ferias Sacras, 
1577, H. 156. — Gardiner's Labyrinth, 

1577. iS86» iS94i H. 155; 1608, H, 
156; 1652, III. 63. See also Thoa. 
HOI. 

Dewi et Rex, Bex et fipiscopus, 161 6, 
II. 309. P. Fisher, 1675. — ®* ^^ 
aive Dialogus, i6i6| IL 309. — 
nobis hac otia fecit Virgil, 162 1. 
— nobiscum. Wm, Johnson^ 1664. 

Denteromelia. T, RavenserQ/i^ 1609. 

Deraiiz, Wm. Verses iu The Lament- 
able Estate and Case of Sir Wm. 
Dick, [1656], L 128. 

Der^ell, Mother, and others, Rehearsal 
of h^noas and honible acts of, 1579, 
IIL 17. 

Beventer, Partictdar of the yielding 
np of Zatphon and, 1591, 11. 415. 

Btrieae et Emblemea. H. Qffden, 
1696. 

Devil and a Jesuit, Dialogue between. 
J, Taylor, 1642. — and the Parlia- 
ment, 1648, H. 444. — and the Pope, 
Picture of. Oiles Godet, 1562-3. — 
and the scold, [1620], H. 156. — 
Balams departure from the Mother 
Prioress of the Ursula Nuns, 1635, 
H. 156. — conjured. T, Ixfd^e^ i59^' 
— in Kent, 1647, H. 316, L 245. — 
in Petticoats, 1697, H. 345. — New 
Trick to cheat the. E. Davenport, 
1639. — of a Wife. TTios. Jevon, 
1686. — of Devonshire and William 
of the West, his Son, 1594, II. 173. 
— of Mascon. F. PerrauH, 1656. — 
of the Vault. JoJin Heaih, 1606. — 
Practice of the. Z. Ramsay, fkd. — 
Stnppado for the. 22. Braihwaite, 
1615. — The Hee, 1629-30, IL 172. 
— The White. John Websler, 1612.^ 
True Discourse of a woman possessed 
with a, 1584, H. 156. — True Nar- 
rative of strange vexation of the. /. 
Darrd, 1600. — turned Casuist J. 
Taylor, — turned Round-head, 1642, 



H. 156. /. Taylor, 1642. — War 
with the. B. KeacJi, 1676. — Whip 
for the, 1683, IIL 289.— Will of the. 
Powell, n.(2., H. 156 j J hones, [1580], 
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Devil's Cabinet broke (^)en, 1658, H. 
156, 606, III. 64.— Charter. B. 
Barnes, 1607. — Conquest, 1663, H. 
T56. — delusions, 1649, ^^ ^^^- — 
last legacy. R. W., 1642, IIL 64. 
— Law Case. John Webster, 1623. 
— Oak, H. 157. — Parliament of, 
1509, H. 156, L 481. Fakes, n.d.^ 
H. 156; 1520, L 126. — Patriarch, 
[Titus Gates], 1683, L 309. — ^reign 
upon earth. Sir G. Sondes, 1655. — 
Tlie World possessed with. J. Viret, 
1580. — True account of, appearing to 
Thos. Cox, 1684, H. 157, IL 690. — 
White Boys, 1644, H. 156, A. 265. 

Devises, Art of Making. Henry Etienne, 
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Devdutioii, A Deduction proved by 
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419. 

Devon, Earl of, and others. Proposi- 
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1642, IIL 283. 

Devon, Wm. Courtney, Earl of. De- 
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Devon, Joint Testimony of the Ministers 
of, 1648, IV. 69. 

Devonshire, Chas. Blunt, Earl of. True 
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IIL 170. — Fame's Memorial. John 
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ballad; order of funeral, 1606, II. 
174. — Funeral Poem on death of. 
5. Daniel, 1606. — Funeral Tears for. 
/. Goprario, 1606. — N* Bt'etcnCs 
Honor of Valour, 1605. K Priekefs 
Honor's Fame, 1604. /. Quersi- 
ianus. Physic, 1605, ded. to, 

Devonshire, Christian, Countess of. 
Life, by Thos, Pom/ret, 1 685, I. 336. 
— /. Har^s Fort Royal of the Scrip- 
tures, 1649. -^^ ^/ P^nbroke^s 
Poems, 1660, ded, to, 

DevonshJ^ Countess of. T, Gains- 
ford^s Frier's Chronicle, 1623. 

Devonshire, EHz., Countess of, C. 
Cotton* s Wonders of the Peak, 1681. 
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Devonshire, Penelope, Countess of, J. 
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to. 

DeTonsliire, Win., 2nd Earl of, Luean*8 
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to. 

DeTonflhire, Wm., 3td Earl of, Arraign- 
ment and conviction of Sir Walter 
Raleigh, 1648, before, II. 510. — W. 
Nailour's Commemoration Sermon, 
1675. ThuqfdideSf trans. Hobbes, 
1634, ded. to. 

DoTOUihire, Wm., 4th Duke of, C. 
Gibber*8 Panegyric on death of Q. 
Mary, 1695. T. Pomfrefa Life of 
Christian, Countess of Deyonshire, 
1685. life of Lewis of Bourbon, 
1693, ded. to. 

Deronstalre and Cornish Rebels, Letter 
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Boy's couraj^ H. 158. — Damsel's 
frolic, H. 158. — General Association 
of Gentlemen of, 1686, L 127. — 
Hikigh for. lien. Roberts^ 1600. — 
Letter of Deputy-Lieutenants of, to 
Gentlemen of Cornwall, 1642, in 
August 17, 1642, IL 98. — Message 
of the King to jMoplo in, 1549, H. 
157. — Most true relation of notable 
passages of the Parliamentary Forces 
in, 1643, H. 157, IL 172. — ^True 
relation of those sad and lamentable 
accidents, 1638, II. 172. 

Deroreiix, Lady Jane, M. Drayton's 
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Devorenx. G. P. Maulettey 1597. 

Demotion, Diamond of. Ab. Fleming, 
1 602. — Help unto. S. Hieron^ 1 608. 
— Methods and practices ol Lady 
Lucy Herbert, 1 7 43. 

Devotionis Augustinian® Flamma, ' 
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Devotions, by B. Aylet, 1655. L. de 
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Devout life, Introduction to a. F. de 
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Dew, R., Bookseller, 1682, L 144. 

Dewe, Thos., Bookseller, 1618, I. 162; 
162 1, H. 162, L 131. In St. Dun- 
Stan's Churchyard, IL 409 ; 1622, 
H. 120, 165, 302, L 99, IL 382, 
395 ; ^623, H. 436, 628, L. 237 ; 



1624, H. 255, 490, L 201; 1625, 

H. 490, 491. 
Dewer, John, andR. Ibbitson, Priniers, 

1646, IL 278; 1647, L 446. 
Dewes, Garat, Bookseller, St. PauTs 

Ch.-^d., 1562, H. 389. 
Dewee, Gerard, Printer, 1576, H. 188; 

1584, IL 89; 1587, IL 9, n.d., R 

'73- 
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Dewes, Mrs. Mentioned, 1622, IL 
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D'Ewes, Sir S. Bill of Four subsidies, 
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Journals of all Parliaments of Q. 
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D'Swes, Sir W., Sir S. DEices' Jour- 
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Dewhurst, Bernard, J. Cooke's Vindi- 
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1646, ded. to. 

Dewie^ Marjorie. Mentioned, H. i. 

Dewy, W. Dedication in Juvenal and 
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II- 35^1 S^Sf 665 ; '642, H. 614. L 
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286; 1643, IL 251, 360, 376, 422, 
H. 343, L 85, IIL 259, 267. 
Dexter, Robt, Bookseller, Brazen Ser- 
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131; iS9i» II- soo- 5"; 1592, 

IL 340, IIL 59; 1596, H, 566, IIL 

47 ; IS97, H. 252, L 198 ; 1598, H. 

198, n. 252 ; 1599, H. 252, L 198 ; 

x6o2, H. 252, IL 141, 586. 
Dey, Rich. Two Looks over Lincoln, 

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Church- Warden, 1643, I^I* ^4- 
De7, Thos., and others. True Speech 

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DUl. a Poem. W. Shipton, 1659. 
Dla Poemata. Ikim. Ellis, 1655. 
Diacceto, Lod. de, C. Desainliens' 

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1553. 
Dial, Anatomy of a Hand in the manner 

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Jozies, 1566. — for dainty darlings. 

W. Averell, 1584. — Maniarye, or 

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Daya Lod, Lloyd^ i59<^* — ^^ 
Destiny. /. MapUt^ 158 1. — of 
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Dial set up in the King's Gaiden, Lon- 
don, 1673. F, HaU. — which is a 
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1648. 

Dialecticanmi, Introductio ad Artem. 
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DimUing, Art of. T. Houghton's Rara 
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— Horologiographia. T. FalSj 1593. 
T. Siirropf 1659. — Mechanick. Jos, 
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IMalogi Gallioo-Anglico-LatinL Gab. 
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Dlidogical Discourses. /. Deacon and 
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Dialociie, A little. Fm. Ray, 1527-8. 

Dialogue between a Blind Man and 
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IV. 65. — ^between a Citizen and a 
poor Countreyman, 16361 H. 461. — 
between a Courtier and a Countrey- 
man, 16 1 6-7, IL 174. — between a 
Grentleman and a husbandman, 1630, 
III. 173, H. 159. — between a living 
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I. 128. — ^between a Lord and his 
Lady, 1591, IL 174. — between a 
Maid of the City and a Maid of the 
Country, 1566, II. 174. — between a 
Protestant and an Axiabaptist B. 
H,f 1678, II. 698. — between a ver- 
tuons Grentleman and a popish priest 
J. J9., 1581, IL 22. — between a horse 
of war and a mill horse, 1643, ^ 
159. — between a late migor and a 
Recorder, 1698, IL 175. — between 
Aratalc^s and Virgo, 1566-7, II. 
1 74. — between Age and Youtb, 
1580-1, IL 174. — between Baldwin 
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Band, Cufif, and Ruif, 161 5, IV. 65. 
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IL 174. — between Christ and the 
Soul of Man, 1587-8, IL 174. — be- 
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174^ — between Death and Youth, 
1563-4, IL 173. — ^between God and 



Man, 1568-9, IL 174. — between 
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— between Mistres Macquerella and 
a suburb Bawd, 1650, I. 128. — be- 
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1587-8, II. 174. — between Sun and 
the Ferriman of Dochet, 1681, IL 
T75. — between the D. of C. and the 
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IL. 174; 1681, IL 175. — between 
Youth and Age, 1569-70, IL 173. 
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T. N.i 1580, IL 174. — or communi- 
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Bale^ 1549* — or familiar talk between 
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Dialogiui de fundaroentis Icgum Ang1i«, 
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Diamond of Devotion. A, Fleming, 
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Diana. H. Constable, 1592 ; Geo. of 
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Dianea. G. F. Loredano, 1654. 

Diaphantoa. Ant. Scoloker, 1604. 

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Diatribe Triplex. D. Cawdrey, 1656. 

Diatribea, Three. Edw. Leigh, 1671. 

Dias, Peter. Lope de Mendoea's Pro- 
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DiaiiuB, A., Murder committed by, 
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402, III. 32; 1661, 11. 559; 1662, 
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Bice, wine, women, 1578, IL 32 ; 
1565-6, IL 300. — ^and Cards, play- 
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Dice-play, Admonition against. T. 

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Diceto, Badulphus de. Historis 
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Dicey, Wm. and Oliver, Printers and 

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Dicey, W., and R. Raikes, Printers, 

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Dichante, G. Epitome of the World 
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Parinesis, 1634, II. 175. 
Dichet, Somersetsliire. A Miracle of 

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Dick, Sir Wm. Lamentable estate and 

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Dickenson, John. Arisbas, 1594, II. 

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Dickenson, John. Miscellanea ex Hist. 

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Dickenson, Sir Thos., P, Fishei's Deus 

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Dickenson, W., Bookseller, 1584-5, II. 

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Dickers, David. See (hmdL 

Dickeson, Thos. John Spenser: his 
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Dickinson, £d. Delphi Phosnicizantes, 
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Dickinson, Y. Precious Treasury of 
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Dickinson, Hen., Bookseller, Cambridge, 

1675, L 270; 1693, IL 272. 
Dickinson, Jonathaa God's protecting 

providence, 1699, IIL 65. 
Dickinson, John, /. SwaUovfs Cin- 

thia's revenge, 16 13, ded. to. 
Dickinson, Sam., Printer, in High Hoi- 

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Dickson, Dav. True Christian Love, 

1634, IL 175; 1655, 1701, L 128. 
Dicosophile, Eusebius, Printer, Justice 

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1686, IIL 70. — Complete collection 
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Elder. Porti-ait of Ben Jonson, in 
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—The God of Love, H. 179. —True 
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1565, H. 178, L 140. 

ELdreton, Jacques, Bookseller^ Verdnn, 
1589, m. 73. 

Eldzidge, T. Book of Rareties, 1743, 
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Eleanor, Queen. Confession, H. 179. 
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Elegiacmn, Certamen. if. Lee, 1600. 
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EleononL J, Dryden, 1692. 
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Lady Eleanor Attdley, 1650. 
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Elisa, sive de laudtbus . . . Eliia- 
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Ballad of her riding to her highe 
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the people's rejoycing for the late 



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1583, II. 193. — Protestation, 1562, 
IL 192. — Proper new ballad* declar- 
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commendation of the virtues and 
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Passage from the Tower to Whitehall, 
1600, L 141. — Salutis cuique suae 
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Special grace to be said at York on the 
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1593. — Translated Godly Meditation 
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1548. — Treasons against the Queen 
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192. — ^Treasons against. See Thos. 



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and Christopher Norton^ John Story^ 
Rob. Sharpe, Edmund Campion^ 
Jialph Shermn^ Alex. Bryan, Everaid 
JJueket, John Lewes, John Slade, 
John Bodye, Fr, Throymorton, Thos. 
Aw/eeld, Thos. Webley, Wm. Parry, 
Men. Barrow, John Greenwood, John 
Penry, Wm. Tedder, Anthony Tyrrell, 
John Weldon, Wm. Hartley, Rob. 

' Sutton^ Thos. Bale. — Treatise con- 
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1580, H. x8o. — Triumphalia contra 
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J. Gyillemeau's Chiruigy, 1697. /. 
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A. Rowley's Scholar's Companion, 
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Elisabeth, Queen, Prayers, [1496-7^ 
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SUabeth, Queen of Bohemia. Por- 
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1S3 \ i^59t !• 140- — Exclamations to 
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16x4. 
Eloqiienoe, Academy of. Titos. Blount^ 

1654. 
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Eloquence, Garden of. H, Peadiamy 

1577. — Pearls of, 1658, L 325. — The 

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ILCL 

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Em, Fair, 163 1, L 144. — the Millw'- 
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H. 325. 

Emaricdnlfe. Sonnets by E. C, 1595. 

Emblem of the Times, 1647, H. 90. 



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Emblema Anima. J, A, Du riessis, 

BmUematft Nova. W, Hollar^ tkd. 

SmUenuL \\j Rich, Bwion^ 1684; 
F. Quarks, 1635 ; GuiL de Pertier, 
1591 ; O. de Montenay^ 1619 ; F, 
Thynne, 1600 ; Geffrey Whitney ^ 
1586; 22. WUlet, 1595; G, Wither, 
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Smdon Printer, Jacob Anrik, [1534]. 

Emenon, ChriBtopher, and others. 
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Smenon, Godfrey, Bookseller in Little 
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318. 

% Jasper, BooheeUer, Eagle and 

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Endlie, Dionis. Answer in action to 

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Bmley, Thos. Ballad of the maid that 

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184, ' 
Bmlos, Theophilus, Printer, Basil, n,d. , 

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Emondaon, Godfrey, and Thos. Al- 

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165a 
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1627. 
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1653- 
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Enfield, Cruelty Punished, &c., 1677, 
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Enfleld-ehase, Case of the Earl of Stam- 
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Engelbncht, John : The German Laza- 
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1562, H. 632, I. 439, IL 7, IIL 264 ; 

1563, IL 7; 1566, H, 96; nd,, H. 

42, 434- 
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ments d'Angleterre, 165 1, II. 202. — 
Admonition to, 1579, II. 199. — Ad- 
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11. 200. — Alarm to, 1578, IL 199. 
B. EicJi, 1578.— Alphabetical Tables 
of all Towns, T. Porter , 1660. — ^and 
East India inconsistent in their 
Manufactures. PoUeaifen^ 1697. — 
and France. Articles, 1606, II. 308. 
— and Scotlan'l : The joyful and 
blessed reuniting of. J, Tliorn- 
borough, 1604. Discourse of the 
union of. Sir Fr. Bacon, 1603. 
Covenant, 1643, L 243. Decla- 
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Articles of Peace, 1605, II. 308. 
— Annals of. F, Godwin, 1630; 
J, Stow, 1592; R CJiester, 161 1. — 
Arms of, 1562-3, IL 199. — at her 
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Brief discourse of the present mise- 
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M, Needham, [165 o], — Certain causes, 
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Sir J, Froiisart, 1523; i?. Grafton^ 
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R, ManLey, 1686. — Compendious nar- 
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1582, L 145.^-described. &licard 
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1 5 10, A. 208. — Discourse of National 
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— Eche wyght yt ys to, 1570, IL 199. 
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1695. — Exhortation to, 1580, IL 199; 
1568, H. 136. — Familiar discourse 
between George and Hans concerning 
the present AJffairs of, 1672, IV. 136. 
— Fructus temporum, 1502, 1504, 
1 5 15, IL 198. — Godly admonition 
unto, 1578, II. 199. — God's warning 
to the people of, 1606-7, IL 200. — 
guide. /. Norden, 1625. — Happy 
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— Historical Dictionary of, 1692, II. 
195. — History of: Collections, 1650, 
H. 139. — History of. R. Brady, 
1685 ; Jl Clapham, 1602 ; S Daniel, 
1618; A. Du Ghesne, 1661 ; Edou- 
ard, 1696; P. Heylin, 1670; D, 
Langhome, 1676; Thos. May, 1690; 
J. Pits, 1 61 9*; /. Speed, 161 1; J. 
TrusseU, 1636 ; Polydore Vergil, n,d.; 
Lambert Wood, 1658. — Historia de 
la persecution de Inglaterra de los 
martirios, &c D, De Yepes, 1599. 
— Historia delle cose occorse nel regno 
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toria della guerra civili. G, F, Biondi, 
1647. — Historia Ecclesiastica della 
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1594. — Historia Ecclesiastica Angli- 
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toire abbrogee, Du Chamhrs, 1679. 



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Number and names of, John Taylor^ 
1 649. iPortraitures of, 1 597, H. 608. 
Short history of Lives of, 1694, II. 
203. True Portraiture of, H. Parkei'y 
1650. — Lamentation of, 1557, L 144; 
15581 I- i45» m. 74; n.€?., I. 
145. — Legal vindication of the Liber- 
ties of, 1649. II. 202. — Looking^ 
g)&s8 for, 1590, H. 185. — Mani- 
festo Anglois, 1622, III. 74. — 
Map of. Visseher, [1690], II. 203. 
— Names of the Shires, Towns, <fec. 
G, Jaffrei^s Almanack, 1702. — New 
and true description of, 1643, IL 201. 
— ^Petition of right of the Freeholders 
and Freemen of, 1648, IL 201. — 
Politic Laws of. Sir J. Fartescue^ 
1567. — Present Interest of, stated, 
1 67 1, II. 202. Observations on a 
letter to Sir T. Osbom on, 1673, II. 
203. — ^Present state of. TF. Qxry, 
1627. — Private man's portion for the 
health and preparation of, 1591, II. 
200. — Queries; Arms against the 
State of, 1646, II. 201. — Remon- 
strance of the State of the Kingdom, 
1642, L 145 ; 1641, IIL 74. — Re- 
pented ye Englande, 1 560-1, II. 
1 99.-«-Revolutions d'Angleterre, 1 670, 
n. 202. — Rights of the Kingdom, 
1649, IV. 36. — Sad message from 
Heaven threatening destruction to, 
1648, II. 201. — Schism in, L'origine 
et progress du. N, Sanders^ 1588. 
— Some farther intelligence of the 
Affairs of, 1659, III. 74. — Sonnets 
of the readiness of the Shires and 
Nobility to ILM.'s service. N. At- 
Idmon^ 1588. — Sorrowful sobs and 
sighs of, 1586, II. 199. — ^The Com- 
mons' cry of, 1586, IL 199. — ^The 
Commons' petition of long afflicted, 
1642, H. 185. — ^The danger wherein 
the kingdom now standeth, 1628, IL 
200. — The faithful Analyst, IIL 75. 
— ^The Lord's loud call to. H. JesM, 
1660. — True mirror or glass ... be- 
hold the woful state of, 1556, H. 185, 
L 144, n. 199. — ^View of the troubles 
in. Sir W. Dugdcde, i68a — Voyage 
en. De Sarbiere, 1667. — Warning 
for, 1555, L 144. — Wamingor punish- 
ment for, 1570, IL 199. — Warning 
to all, 1567, II. 199. — Warning, to 



repent B. Cutis, 1558. — Wonders 
of. J, Awddey^ i559« 
England's Alarm, 1679, IIL 195. — 
Antiquities. J, LelancPs Journey, 
1549. — Apology for its late change, 
1 65 i,IIL 74. — appealfrom the private 
cabEd at Whitehall, 1673, IL 203. — 
Bane. Thoa. Young, 1634. — ^benefit 
by Foreign Trade. 21 Mun, 1698. — 
black Tribunal, 1660, II. 202. — bright 
honour, 1602, I. 373. — Caesar. H, 
Petowe, 1603. — calamities discovered. 
J<i8. Wliiston, 1696. — champions, 
Survey of. J, Ricraft, 1647. — 
changeling. Humphrey Willis, 1659. 
— choice. Peter Chamierlen, 1682. — 
commonwealth, Treatise of the canker 
of. G, De Malfjnes, 1601. — com- 
plaint L. GcUford, 1648. — com- 
plaint to Jesus Christ against the 
bishops' Canons, 1640, IV. 36. — 
confusion, 1659, II. 202. — defence. 
Thoa, LHggea, 1680. — delightful new 
songs, H. 220. — deplorable condition, 
1659, I. 145.— disorder, 1^46, IL 
201. — Elizabeth. T. Heywood, 1632. 
— Exchequer. J, Hagthorpe, 1625. 
— Fair Garland, 1688, H. 220 ; 1684, 
I. 484. — faithful monitor. S. Hits- 
nanee^ 1689. — faithful reprover and 
monitor, 1653, L 145. — felicity, 
1592,11. 200. — fortress. E, Calver, 
1648. — Genius, 1734, I. 145. — 
glory. Sir H, Maikworth, 1694; 
1698, IV 137 ; 1660, L 145. — 
glory in her royal king, 1641, II. 
200. — golden legacy. L, Price, 
1656. — Golden Treasury, 1694, L 
145. — great happiness, 1677, IL 
203. — great prognosticator, H. 93. — 
guide to Industry, 1683, m« 75* — 
hallelujah. /. Vicars, 1631. — hap- 
piness increased. J, Forster, 1664. 
— Helicon. /. Bodenham, 1600, — 
heroical Epistles. M. Drayton, 1597. 
— holidays, 1603, II. 200. — honor 
and London's glory, 1660, H. 94. — 
hope against Irish Hate, 1600, H. 
185. By J. G., 1600, L 176. — ^Iliads 
in a nut shell. B, Ryves, 1645. — 
improvement revived. John Smitli, 
167a — improvement by sea and land. 
A. Tarranton, 1677. — independency 
upon the Papal Power. Sir John 



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Davis, 1674. — interest, 1682, II. 
671, IV. 119. — ^interest Sir Jonas 
Moore, 1721 ; Jos. PuMe, 1696. 
G. St LOf 1694. — ^Intereat asserted, 
1669, rV. 36. — interest and improve- 
ment S, Fortrey, 1663. — Jests, 
1687, H. 301. — Joy, 1660, IL 202. 
— joy. R, Vennard, n.d.-—Joy and 
delight, 1588, II. 200.— joy and sor- 
row, 1 64 1, III. 74. — Joy for the 
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Kiobe. R, Braihwaite^ 1635. — new 
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R, Allot, 1660. — petition to their 
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BBteonrt, Sir Wm., Strange and Bloody 
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Bste, Lucretia. See East 

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Esther hath hang'd Haman, 161 7, H. 
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Eugenia's tears for Great Britain's dis- 
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Baropa: Cupid crucilied, &c. Thoe, 
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BuopB Speculum. Sir MUe» Sandys, 
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Bimq^ a slave unless England break 
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Bvana^ Mrs. Dor. Parthenia, 1619, 
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Bvana, Eliz., and T. Shearwood. 
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1680, L 302. 
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Evans^ Wm., and otheis. The Three 

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Evelyn, Geo. ChryeoetonCe Education 

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Evelyn, John. Acetaria, 1699, 1706, 
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1656, H. 356, IL 370.— Fumifngium, 
1 66 1, IL 209. — History of Three 
famous Impostors, 1669, II. 209. — 
Kalendarium Hortense, 1666, 1683, 
1 69 1, 1699, 1706, U. 210. — Mundus 
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Public Employment and an Active 
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1652, II. 209. — Sylva, 1664, 1670, 
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Erecting of a Library, 1661. De la 
Afothe le Vnyen^g Liberty, 1649. De 
la Quintinye^e Complete Giard'ner, 
1693. R, Freart'a Idea of perfection 
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1658, IL 233, L 483.— Note in T. 
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. 3:25. — R, Frearfs Architecture, 1665. 



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Evelyn, Rich., Ghrysoetom's Education 

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1623. 
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1680. 
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Everard, Margaret Epistle to the 

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1642, IL 452. 
Evexaxd, Rich., F. PriieharcFs Honest 

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150. 
Everard, Thos., W. Webster's Cnran, 

1617, ded. to. 

Everard, Wm., and others. The True 

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n. 593- 
Everingham, J., Bookseller^ 1693, IIL 

Everingham, Rich., Printer, 1693, III. 
42 ; 1694, I. 41, IL 144 ; 1696, II. 
649 ; 1697, U. 664 ; 1699, II. 58. 

Everit^ alias Duckette, Hen. Trai- 
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Eversden, Geo., Bookseller, Golden 
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1652, 1. 216; 1658, n. 367, H. 680. 

Eversden, Hen., Bookseller, 1657, II. 
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Evers, Sir W., Elegy on : in Sir F. 
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Every Day's Sacrifice. Martin LtUher. 
1629* — man. The summoning of, L 
150. — Man in his humour. B. Jon- 
son, 1601.— Man to give a coante of 
their lives, &c., n.d, (4), H. 463-4. 
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son, 1600 — Woman in her hnmour, 
1609, H. 471. 

Evesham Bookseller, Hugh Kent, 
1678. 

Svil Angels, Muster Roll of . K Broth- 
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against Simon Brottm^ 1706. — in- 
treated LoYer, L. Lawrence, '639* 
— marriage, Pain and sorrow of, H. 
375. — spirit cast out. J. Blagrave^ 
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Bwas, Sir 8. D', Lord Mayfjr, History 
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EwBter, Thos., Printer, 1649, H. 355. 
Nihilo Omnia, 1692, I. 96. 

de Ingeniis. J, Huarie, 1594. 

Bxamide, The. Jcu. Shirley, 1637. — 
of a vertuous daughter, 1584, IL 33. 
— of God's just judgement iipon a 
lewd fellow. P. Stubbs, 1581. 

Exchange, News of the, 1674, IIL 146. 
— Cambium Regis, or the Office of 
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2x0. — Ware at the second hand, 
16 15, H. 124. — wench. Answer to 
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** Erchange," Famous and wonderful 
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1622. 

Krchanger, The Free, 1627, 1. 150. 

Ezeheqner, Considerations for regulat- 
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BzdBe, Acts for levying money by way 
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459.— anatomix'd. Z. O,, L 176. — 
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1660, IL 108. — Good Woman's cries 
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Proclamation for continuing, 1660, 
IL 108. — Ordinance for regulating 
the, 1644, IL 455. — Reasons and 
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Exciseman, The. E. Foisted, 1697. — 
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Szeommimicated Prince. (Japt. Wm. 
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Bzconuniinication oxcommunicaied, 
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538. 
Ezemida saere scripture ex utroque tes- 

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Exemplar litterarum. E. Parsons, 
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Exeter, David, Earl of. Resolution of : 
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Exeter, Thos., Earl of, Lord Coke's 
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Exeter, Wro. Cecil, Earl of, C. Heres- 
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Exeter, Description of : in /. VotpeWs 
Keeping of Parliaments, 1584. — list 
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Protector, 1655, IL 150. — Remark- 
able Antiquities ol IL Izacke, 1 68 1 . 
— Strange and lamentable News from, 
1643, H. 157. — Strange and wonder- 
ful News from, 1690, 1. 305. — Sudden 
deatli at, 1586, IL 172. — ^True and 
Joyful News from, 1642, H. 244. — 
Truth of our bad news from, 1643, 1. 
127. 

Exeter Booksellers. Philip Bishop, 
1698-1701; C. Hunt, 1593-1606; 
Thos. Hunt, 1630; John Pearce, 
1698; A. Tozer, ;i757; C. Yeo, 
1682-98. 

Exeter Printers. Samuel Darley, 1698 ; 
S. Darley and S. Farley, 1700; S. 
Farley, 1701. 

Exeter printed, 1645, L 174; 1688, 
L 127; 1700, H. 677. 

Exhortation, A comfortable. J, John- 
son, 1535. — made to a certain city, 
1562-3, n. 484. — of the good house- 
holder to his children, 1564-5, II. 
2x1. — of an obedient child, &c., 
1^64-5, IL 30. — to amendment of 
Life by signs and tokens, 1580, IL 
211. — to stir all Englishmen, &c, 
JL Moresyne, 1539. — to the people. 
Thos. Starkey, n.(i— to the Sick, 
1548, 1561, H. 460. 

Exile Exiled, The. P. Harris, 1635. 

Exit to the Exit Tyrannus, 1659, H. 

398. 
Exomologesia H.H.DeCr€ssy, 1647, 

Expeditio in Ream Insulam. Edu:. 

Herbert, 1656. 

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Dialogue betwixt Sir D. Lyndaay^ 
1554. 

Ezpedinentil Philoeophj, ObserYatione 
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1666. — Proposal for ihe Advance- 
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Szpeiimenti^ VarietjofsurprlBing. M. 
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Exportation, Piodamation against, 
1 66 1, IL 109.— of Wools, &C., Pro- 
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Expoaitio sequentiarum. Worde^ n,d.j 
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77. 
Exquemling, J. History of the Buca- 

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Sxtravasant Shepherd. 0. Sorei^ 1653. 
ExulaiiB, or OvicTg Travestie, 1673, I. 

314. 
Eye cleared. The, 1644, IL 100. — aalre 

for the City of London, 1648, II. 

361. — salve for the Ean^om, 1647, 

IL 103. 

Eyefliglit, Treatises on, bj Dr. Eaily, 
in Sir W. Vaughan^a Directions for 
Health, 1626. 

Eyre, Capn. £dw.. Surprised at Malmes- 
bury* Letter to the Earl of Pem- 
broke, 1643, n. 345, IIL 37. 

Byre, Rowland, K liavenscro/t$ Can- 
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Eysacher, In Officy, Bai][jau, 1677, IV. 
72. 

•RgAV^ftj* Song, Sermon on. JoHin Col- 
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p. 



F., A. Verses in VvicCs Salmacis and 

Hermaphroditus, 1602. Seneca!* 

Medea, trans, K S., 1648. 
F.. 0. £8saya of Conjecture, 1607, 

rV. 137. 
F., C. Pluto fnreus et vinctus, 1669, 

H. 191. — Wit at a venture, 1674, H. 

191. 
F., 0.^ and R. C, Booksellers^ Antwerp^ 

1725, IL 380. 
F., D., M.D, See Daniel Fox. 
F., D., Bookseller, of Inverary, 1656, IL 

678. 
F., R News from Heaven, 1642, II. 

693- 
F., R Emblem of a vertuous woman, 

1650, H. 191, I. 150. 
F., R History of Edward IL, 1680, 

IIL 77, 78. 
F., R, iVin/er, 1672, IIL 268; 1677, 

H. 347; 1678, IL 436. 
F., Sir F. See Sir Francis Fane, 
F., F. Apobaterion, 1655, 11. 211. 
F., G. Duel-ease, 1635, ^n. 78. 
F., G. Physical Dispensary: in /. 

MarrioVs Great Eater of Gray's Inn, 

1652. 
F., G. Catechism for Children, 1659, 

H. 102. 
F.; G., and E. H. Institutions of God- 
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F., B. Translated 8. PeUgnmUuf 
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F.| B., Gent. History of arraignment 
and trial of Six Witches at Maid- 
stone, 1652, H. 316. 

F., H., Bookseller^ 1689, IIL 200. 

F., L Differences, Causes, and Judge^ 
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F., J. Translaied Letter lately written 
from Rome, 1595, IIL 121. Per- 
petual and Natural Prognostication! 
1 59 1 . R,de Lucinge*s Estates, 1 606. 

F., J. Didascaliaa, 1643, L X5i.< — 
Zealous Believers, 1643, L 151. 

F., J., M.D. Translated A new light 
of Alchymie, 1650, IV. 118. 

F., J. Translated Agrippa*s Occult 
Philosophy, 165 1. 

F., J. Strange and Wonderful News 
from Sea, 1672, H. 317. — ^To our 
valiant English Nation, 1671, IL 
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F., J. The Golden Fleece, 1679, HI- 
78. — The Merchants' ware-houses 
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F., J. Letter from the Grecian Coffee- 
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F., J., PnrUer. See J. Field. 

F., J., Printer, 1662, II. 219; 1664, 

IIL 138; 1669, H* 3oo« 430 i ^'^'f 
m. 286. 



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r., J., Bookseller^ 170a, III 2; 1785, 

I. 192. 
P., L., Bookseller, Parrot, St. PauTe 

Chureliyard, 166 1, II. 644. 
P., M. Histoire des Nouveaus Preaby- 

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P., H. Fruiterers' Secrets, 1604, H. 

613, IV. 137. — Hasbandman's fruit- 
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P., Dr. N., History of the French 

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P., N.^ PritUer, 1610, H. 320 ; 1632, 1. 

284. 
P., N., BookaeUer, 1681, 11. 343. 
P., p., Oent. Translated History of 

Doctor Fauetus, ^39^- 
P., ' Serj.-Major P. Poems on choice 

and various subjects, 1663, 1664, H. 

284. 
P., B., Oent Translated Dedekindw' 

School of Slovenry, 1605. 
P., B. Mercurius Heliconicus, 1651, 

H. 191, II. 211. 
P., B., Eeq. Eikon Basilike, 1660, IL 

211. 
P., B., Chnt., St. Leonards Hill, 1666, 

L 483- 
P., B. Present state of Carolina, 1682, 

IL 211. 
P., B. Translated Beza^e Christian 

Faith. See Fylle. 
P., B., Printer. See Field. 
P., 8. The Female Advocate, 1687, 

UL 78. 
P., 8., Printer, 1681, IL 569. 
P., 8., BookeeUer, 1647, IL 393. 
P., T. News from the North, 1579, 

IL 212. 
P., T. Defence of the Catholic Cause, 

1602, IIL 78. 
P., T. Continuation to Melpomene, 

1678, H. 169. 
P., Sir T. Practice of the Exchequer 

Court, 1658, IIL 78. 
P., T., and B. A. See Faweet. 
P., W. Edited Ralph Lever'g Philoeo- 

phei^a Came, 1563. 
P., W. Edited W. Phistan's School of 

Good Manners, 1609. 
P., W., Oent. Answer to Speech of 

Lord Stafford, 1681, IL 212. 



P., W., of Ormfe Inn, Translated J. 
AdamuSy Londinum Heroico Carmine, 
&c, 1670. 
P., W., Bookeeller. See Ferbrand. 
P., W., and M. G., Booksellere, 1696, IL 

506. 
Pabel, Peter, of Edmonton, H. 47?. 

See Fabi/L 
Paber, Nich., A Miracle of Miracles, 

witnessed by, 16 14, IL 566. 
Pabiaa, Peter, mentioned in W. Hit* 

ton* 8 Discovery of Florida, 1664. 
Pabiaa, Rob. Chronicle, 1516, 1559, 

L 151 ; 2nd Vol., [1559], I. 151. 
Pabian; Thos., Bookseller, 1680, IV. 

104; 1681, IIL 68; 1687, IL 163; 

x688, IIL 41, 182. 
PaUas. JEisop ; Avian; J. Biekham, 

'737 i Fenelon, 1736; Jean La Fot^ 

iaine, 1734. 
PabriduB, N. F. The Mirror of True 

Nobility. P. Oaseend, 1657. 
Pabuln pontificisB evangelicse, &c. M. 

Wesconihe, 1639. 
Pabyl's Merry Pranks, H. 191. 
Pabyl's Ghost, 1533, H 191. 
PacdottuB, Gul., Printer, Rome, 1602, 

A 209. 
Paoauds, Rich. See Faquee. 
Page, John. Speculum .^E^otorum, 

1606, 1638, H 191. 
Page, Mary. Fame's Roule, 1637, H. 

191, IIL 78. 
Page, Rob. Compendium of the Art 

of Logic, 165 1, II. 212. — Description 

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Translated P. Ramut^ Dialectic, 1632. 
Pagel, Hen., Letter writ by, 1687, IL 

419. Answer to, by Jae. Stewart, 

1688. 
Paler, Thos. See Phaer. 
Pain would I have a vertuous wife, &c, 

1567, IL 656. — would I have and 

take no pain, 1576, IL 32. 
Pained fancie of the Spider and the 

Gowta Thoa. Churchyard, 1576. 
Pair and foul weather. John Taylor, 

1 61 5. — Gentlewoman, Book of the. 

Sir T. More, n.d. — Innocence. W. 

Qxvendieli, Duke of Newcastle, n.d. — 

Maid of Bristow, 1605, H. 470, I. 

152. — Maid of the Exchange. T. 

Heytoood, 1607. — Maid of the We»t, 

T. Heyiffood, 1631 ; /. Daunee, 1662. 



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— Maid's choica T. -L., H. 541. — 
play on both sides. 8. HUron^ x66o. 
—Quarrel. T. Middlelon and W. 
Rowley ^ 161 7. — Trader's Objections, 
IIL 256. — ^warning, 1663, IL 486. — 
"widow of Watling Street Both 
parts, [1600], H. 343. — women, 
Warning for, 1599, H, 468. — words 
make fools fayne, 1563-4, IL 29; 
1565-6, IL 30. 

EairbearcC Geo., BookaeUer^ 1619, IIL 
85; 1620-1, II. 622; 1622, L 50; 
1629, L 108. 

Falrbcme, John, Bookseller^ 1569-70, 
IL 192. 

Fairbrother, W. Essay of a Loyal 
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Fairdongh, C. Prisoner's Praises, 
1650, IL 212. — Edited Suffolk's 
Tears, 1653, H. 27. — Life, in 8. 
darh^s Lives of sundry eminent per- 
sons, 1683. 

Fairest fairing for a school bred son. 
W. Lilly, 1624. 

Fairfax, Chas., O, Toohis Floris the 
fifth, 1659, ded. to, 

FaixfJEO, Col. Chas. Letter on sur- 
render of Thomhill House : in A 
True Relation, &c, 1648, IIL 38. 

Fair£AZ,£dw. Translated TosM'^r God- 
frey of Bulloigne, 1600. 

Fairfax, Ed. Discourse of Witchcraft, 
162 1, IL 212. — Twelve Elegies, 
1624, IL 212. 

Fairfax, Ferdinando, Lord, Letter from, 

1642, III. 274. — ^Elegy on the obits 
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1647. 

FairflAX, Lady, J, Qere^e Eatadunastes, 
1649, ded, to, 

FairfiBbX, Thos., Lord. A Case for Nol 
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Fairfax's Gout^ 1648, IIL 51.— Ad- 
vice to a Young Lord, 1691, IL 213. 

. — ^AnglisB Fairfaxismus, 1 649, IL 693. 
— ^Articles accordez entre le General 
Ilopton et, 1646, IL 680. — Articles 
for the surrender of Colchester, 
1648, II. 133. — Catalogue of prison- 
ers taken at the siege of Nantwitch, 

1643, IL 120. — Declaration, 1647, 
IIL 78, IL 212; 1648, IL 213. 
Supply of Bedding, 1648, IIL 78. — 
Declaration of the Army conoeming 



the King, &c., 1648, U. 16. — ^Desires 
propounded to the honourable House 
of Commons, 1647, HL iS7« — ^^^' 
covery of the wonderful preservation 
of. /. Heydon, 1647. — ^Displaying 
of the Life Guards Colours, 1648, IV. 
137. — Elegy on the death of Sir 
Charles Lucas, murdered by, 1648, 
H. 356. — England's Fortress : Exem- 
plified in, 1648. E. Calver. — Exact 
and perfect relation of the proceed- 
ings of the Army under, 1645, IL 16. 
— ^For our faithful and ever honoured 
commanders, [1641], IL 301. — ^His 
dinner at Lady Crispes, 1647, IL 21 2. 
— His Majesty's Declaration after 
his victories over, 1643, II. 100. — 
Horrible news from Hull, &c, with 
H.M.'s threatenings to imprison, 
1642, IIL 36. — Humble Advice 
and earnest desires of Ministers to, 
1649, ^^- ^3^* — Humble Answer 
of &e General Council of Officers 
under, 1648, IL x6. — Humble Re- 
monstrance, 1647, IL 2x2, 213. — 
Last Will and Testament^ 1648, II. 
213. — ^Laws and Ordinances of War 
for the better (jovemment of H.M.'s 
Army under, 1639, ^* ^^" — ^Letter, 
concerning the surrender of Col- 
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1642, IL 665. — Letters from Saffron 
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1647, IL* 213. — Letter to the Com- 
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II. 212. — Letter to the House of 
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Lord Mayor, Answer to, 1647, IL 
360. — More full relation of the great 
Battle fought between Goring and, 

1645, ^« '9* — ^'"'^ P^^^ Message 
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— Ordinance of L. and C. for raising 
Forces under command of, 1644, IL 
455. — ^Particular charge of impeach- 
ment against Denzill Holies and 
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1649, IL 213. — ^Portrait by Stent, in 
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1646, L 358. — Portrait in Tragicum 
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' damationi 1648, IL 213. — ^Remon- 
strance, 1648, II. 213. — Second 
Letter: of Proceedings against the 
Earl of Newcastle, 1642, IL 212. — 
Siege of Colchester, 1648, IIL 45, 
H. 188.— Terrible News from York : 
H.M. threatening to imprison, 1642, 
IL 423. — ^The great champions of 
England: List of Lords and Com- 
mons, &C., Officers under the com- 
mand of, 1646, I. 80. — The Jnglers 
DisooYered: in Letters by Lieut- 
Col. J. lilbume to, 1648, II. 349. 

. — ^The King's Cabinet Opened, 1645, 
II. loi. — The Unparallel'd Arrest, 
or Major - General Browne before, 
1648, I. 56. — Three Letters from, 
1645, IL 16. — To, and his Counsel 
of War. H, Hammond^ 1649. — To 
the Right Hon. the Supreme Au- 
thority of the Kingdom : an Appeal 
against W, Bray, 1649. — Two 
petitions presented to, 1648, IL 458. 
— ^ViiStories of. Joa. Ricraffs Perfect 
Table, [1646].— Wartant to the Mar- 
shall General of the Army, 1649, 
rV. 138. — Wonderful prediciions de- 
olazed in a message to. /. Scitnuxrsh, 
1648. — 21 Oage^B English American, 
1648, ded, to, 

Taiz&z, Thos., Baron of Cameron, 
Highway to Heidelbetgh, [1625], L 

Pairfaz, Wm. Poem in Thcs. Starderfs 
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Eulogie on. O. Tooke, x66o. 

Fairlm, Cosenages of J. and A. West, 
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16 13, H. 662. — ^Description of the 
King and Queen of, 1635, H. 191. — 
History of Tales of the, 1769, IL 
2x4. — Mormonostodismos, trafts, W. 
Dennestone, 169 1, II. 213. — revel 
and feast, H. 191. 

TtMng, A, 1560, 1564-5, 1567, IL 
214. — ^A new, 1564-5, II. 214. — for 
all the merrily disposed. W. PhiU%p8y 
1688. — for maid and wife, 15 70-1, 
IL 214. — for maids and wives. John 
Corkin^ '578. — Profitable and plea- 
sant, 1568, n. 214. — Proper, well 
worth the meaning, 1578, II. 2x4. — 
The finest new, 1578, IL 214. — ^The 
new married wives, 1594, II. 214. 



Fairlambe, P. Becautation of a 
Brownist, 1606, H. 191. 

Fairs. See Bartholomew Fair and 
Sturbridge Fair. 

Fairy leveller, 1648, III. 38. — Queen. 
•/. Dryden, 1692. E, Spenser, 1590. 
— Stories, [1740], I. 152. 

Faith and Religion. Q, Kennedy, 1558. 
— Enchiridion of. F. Covent, 1655. 
— ^Footpath of. it. Fleming, 1619. — 
Fruits of, 1656, L 152. — Life of. 
Sam. Ward, 1622. — of Great Britaine, 
The old. R. V,, 1548, H. 185.— 
Triumph of. Du Bariaa, 1S92. 

Faithftil Admonition of a certain true 
Pastor and Prophet, 1554, A. 261. — 
Lover's downfall, H. 351. — Lover's 
farewell, H. 353. — Lover's resolution, 

H. 350- 
Faithful Register, 1685, IIL 189. 

FaithfU Surveyor. O. AtweU, 1662. 

— ^testimony for God. E. B., 1664, 

TIL 10. — ^young man's answer to 

kind-hearted maiden's rosolution, H. 

376. 

Faithome, Hen., Bookseller, 1681, III. 
310; 1682, n. 354; 1684, in. 69. 

Faithome, Wm. Art of Graveinpt, 
1662, IL 214. — PortraUe of T. 
Bocalini, 1657, I. 42; Sir Orlando 
Bridgman, 1671,11. 186; John Bul- 
wer, X653, H. 67 ; Charles IL, 1660, 
ILL 27; Ah. Cowley^ 1668, H. 127; 
Sir Wm. Davenant, 1673, H. 141 ; 
K Ellis, 1662, H. 184; t. Flatman, 
H. 201; Lady Grace Gethin, 1703, 
I. 184; Sir Bevill Grenville, X643, 
H. 244; Henrietta Maria, 1655, H. 
121 ; Thos. Kelligrew, 1664, H. 318 ; 
Hen. Lawes, 1653, H. 330 ; S. Lee, 
1661, H. 330 ; R. Loveday, 1662, III. 
148; J. Milton, 1670, H. 396, 1672, 
IV. 68; J. Ogilby, 1654, H. 620; 
Roger Palmer, Earl of Castlemaine, 
1666, III. 184; Katherine Phillips, 
1678, IL 473 ; John Quarles, 
1658, H. 493 ; Josiah Ricraft, 1650, 
H. 508; W. Shakespeare, 1655, 
H. 546; Thos. Stanley, 1656, IIL 
238 ; John Wallis, 1668, IV. 108 ; 
E Waterhouse, X663, II. 633; Sir 
G. Wharton, 1655, I. 451 ; Hannah 
Woolley, 1682, L 468.— Portrait in 
W. M,'8 The Queen's Closet Opened, 



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1655, IL 374. — Plates in F. Barlow* 9 
Avium Species, &c, 1658 ; D. Digged 
Complete Ambassador, 1655 ; ChmdPs 
Parallelium Olivae, 1656; P. Oeri/a 
De Arte Scriptoria; P. Hooke'$ Ar- 
manda, 1653 ; Ja», HowelP$ Lexicon 
Tetraglotton, 1660 ; O. F. Lore- 
donors Ascents of the Sool, 1681 ; R, 
Lovdact^B Lacasta, 1649 ' ^* ^^' 
neir$ True English Interest^ 1^74; 
S, Wealet/a Life of Jesus Christ, 1697. 

Faithome, Wm., Bookteller^ Ship, wUhr 
in Temple Bar, IL 401. 

Fakes, Richard. See Faques. 

Falco, Fabius de, Printer, Borne, 1668, 
L 184. 

Falconer, J. Cryptomenjses Patefacta, 
1685, IL 214. 

Falconry. Simon Latham, 1615; O, 
TurbervUe, 161 1. 

File, T. Horologiographia, 15931 IL 
214. 

FaUscns, 6. Cjnegeticon, 1654, I. 

483. 
Falkland, Eliz., Viscountess, J. Mar- 

stones Tragedies, 1633, ded, to, 

Falkland, Henry Carey, Viscount 
The Marriage Night, 1664, L 483. — 
History of Edward IL, 1680, IIL 
78. — T, Ottoay's Caius Marius, 1680, 
ded, to, 

Falkland, Letice, Viscountess, The 
Holy Life ol By /. Dunoon, 1653, 
IIL 69. 

Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount. 
Speech or Declaration, 164 1, IL 214. 
— Speech on Episcopacy, 1641, I. 
152. — Speech on Judges, 1641, IL 
214. — Verses in J, Donne^s Poems, 
1635 ; Jonsonus Virbius, 1636 ; Geo, 
Sandys^ Paraphrase on the Psalms, 
1636. — ^Verses to, in Sir F, Worthy's 
Characters, 1646. 

Falkner, Fr., Bookseller in Southwark, 
1626, H. 57, 471, L 139; 1627, H. 
452 ; 1631, L 51, 139, H. 61 ; 1632, 
IL 387, H. 239, IIL 100 ; 1635, H. 
304, L 238; 1636, L 13; 1648, H. 

239- 
Fall of Folly : Song, 1588, IL 368. 

FaUall, F. Carmina Colloquia, 1649, 

L 152. 
Falle, P. Account of the Isle of Jersey, 

1694, IL 214. 



Fallowes, K Doleful discourse, 1659^ 
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Falla of Unfortunate Piineee, The, 
1623, A. 266. 

False Alarum. Sam, Sheppard, 1646, 
— Brother, 165 1, IL 543. — Conw 
plaints. C. Paicalius, 1605. — Count. 
A, Behn. — favourite disgraced. O, 
Gerhier, 1657. — ^friend and incon- 
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friend. M, Pix, 1699. — ^heir. F, 
Beaumont and J, Fletcher, — ^prophets 
discovered, 1642, H. 188, IL 206. 

Falaehood in friendship. A. Munday, 
1605, L 168. 

Fama^ista, True report of all the 
success of, 1572, 1. 152. 

Fame and honour. Fulke OreviUe, 
Lord Brooke, 1633. — and Truth, 
Lines dedicated to. Sir F, Wortley, 
1642. — ^Book ol O, Chaucer, nJd, 
— ^Directions to. Thos, Thynne, 1682. 

Fame's genius. C, Southwiek, i66a 
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trumpet sounding. Hen, Roberts, 
1589. 

Families of England, The most illus- 
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guide, [1636], IIL 197. 

Familism, Account of. H, Holywell, 

1673- 
Familists, Bise and ruin of, 1644, IL 

422. 

Family Book, A new. Jas, Kirkwood, 
1693. — of Love. Thos, Middleton, 
1608. — of Love, Confutation of. J. 
Knewstub, 1579. — of Love, Godly 
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35.— of Love, Supplication of, 1606, 
L 1 52. — well-ordered. Cotton Mather, 
1699. 

Famine, Kew and artificial remedies 
against Sir Hugh Piatt, 1596. 

Famous flour of serving men. L, Price, 
n,d. 

Fanatic Indulgence granted. N, Pater- 
son, 1683. — Queries, 1659-60, IL 
214. 

Fanatica Bibliotheca, 1660, IL 214. 

Fanatics, A word to, 1653, H. 444. — 
address to the King. /. Adis, 166 1. 
— ^alarm. H, Adis, 1661. — mite 
cast into the King's Treasury. H 
Adis, 1660. — ^new covenant^ True and 



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exact copy of, 1680, lY. 180. — 
powder plot^ 1659, H. 526. — primer. 
H. Adia, [x66oJ. — Semper lidem^ 
1662, IIL 79. — teetimony against 
Swearing, ff, Adis, 1661. 

^Btocias chaste and nobla John Ford, 
1638. — favottritey H. 191. — festiTals. 
T. Jordaniy i657.-^memorial. John 
Ford, 1606. — of the Florentine 
Oooper. J. B, OeUo, 1568. — phcsniz, 
H. 191. — theatre. John TcUham, 
. 1640. 

Fanc7» Forrest of. H. C, 1579. — 
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Fane, Lady £li2. Twenty-one Psalms 
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Fane, Sir Fr. Love in the Dark, 1675, 
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1662, U. 215. — Pindarick Ode to the 
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Fane, Sir Hen., J. Coome't Poem of 
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Fane, Sir Hen., jr,, Oerhier's Naviga- 
tion, 1649, ded, to, 

Fannani, £d. Life of Edward IL, 
1680, in. 77. 

Fanahaw, Sir Hen., J. WardUn English 
Madrigals, 1613, d&d. to. 

Fknahaw, Lady, H. Bagahixu^a Sermon, 
1667, ded, to, 

Fanahaw, Sir Rich. La Fida Pastora, 
1658, L 152. — ^Letter, in Lucretius. 
J. Evelyn, 1656. — Sermon on deaih 
ol Hen, BagtHiaw, 1667. — Trans- 

. lated Camoena^ Lusiad, 1655; Qua- 
rmfe H Pastor Fido, 1648 ; Select 
Parts of Horace, 1652 ; Odes of 
Horace, 1664 ; A. de Mendoza^e 
Qaerer per solo quera, 167 1. — Sir J. 
Denliam'g Cooper's Hill, 1650, ded. 
to. 

Fantaalea of a troubled man's head. 
J. Coftand, 1566; T. Churchyard, 
1566. 

Fantaatlcs. N. Breton, 1626. 

Fantiro and PaniUo; Strange Adven- 
tures of two excellent princes, 1600, 

n. 675. 

FkqneSy [or Fakes], Rich., Printer, 

1530, H. 147 ; n.d., H 205, L 127, 

161, IL 217, IV. 66, 68. 
Faqoes, Wm., Printer, 1504, IL 502, 

rv. 70; nM,, H. 605, 156, 195, IL 

595, IV. 76. 



Far fetched and dear bought is good for 
Ladies, 1566, H. 324. 

Farewell, A, 1567--^, IL 215. €feo. 
Peele, i$Sg, — ^A most friendly. Hen, 
Boberts, 1585. — myter. B, Newrobe, 
1641. — to the world. T, Churchyard, 

1575- 
Faxington, Hugh, L. Cox^e Rhetoric, 

[1532I, ded to. 

Farley, £L Complaint of Paules, 16 16, 
H 192, I. 152. — Portland Stone in 
Paul's Churchyard, 1622, H. 192. — 
St. Paul's Church, her Bill for the 
Parliament, 1621, H. 192. 

Farley, R. Kalendarium HumanaB 
Vitas, 1638, H 192. — Lychnocausia, 
1638, H. 192. — Naulogie, H 192, 
IL 693. 

Farley, Sam., and S. Darker, Printers, 
JSxeter, 1700, L 467. 

Farley, Sam., Printer, JSxeter, 1701, I. 

Farly, John, Bloody Vision of. Arise 

Evans, 1653. 
Farm, Maison Rustique, or the country. 

C. Stevens, 1606. 
Farmer, Hen., and others. Petition, 

IL 328. 
Fanner, J. Divers and sundry ways 

of plain -song, 1 591, H 192, II. 215. 

— English Madrigals, 1599, H. 192. 

— and otiters. The Psadms, with 

Tunes, 1592, IIL 206. 
Farmer, W. Prognostication, 1587, IL 

Farmer's friend. Sir Jonas Moor^s 
England's Interest, 1721. — ruin. The 
rich, H. 192. — vain-glory, The coun- 
try, H 192. 

Farmer, Lady Mary, Sermon at funeral 
oi John Dohson, 167a 

Faniaby, G. Canzonets to four voices^ 
1598, H 192, 280. — and others. The 
Psalms, with tunes, 1592, III. 106. 

Famaby, Th. Florilegium £pig. Grsec. , 
1629, 1650, H. 192. — Phrases Ora- 
torisB Elegantiores, 1638, II. 215. — 
Verses in Alabaatei's Roxana, 1632 ; 
T. 7\Ms Painting of Women, 1616. 
Edited Juvenalis et Persii Satyne, 
1612, IV. 149. 

Fameae, Alex., Duke of Parma, B, 

, Stanyhursfs De Vito S. Patricii, 
1587, ded, to. . 



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FarneBei Cardinal, B. Smith'g Yito, 

1609, ded. to. 
Famhiun, Ed, Bookseller^ 1657, H. 

114, III. 82; 1658, L 10; 1660, 

III 39. 

Fambam, Rich., and John Bull, Pro- 
phetical and Strange opinions of, 
1636, II. 215. — True Discourse of. 
T. H., 1636, III. 103; T. Heyioood, 
1636. — lives and Deaths : False Pro- 
phets Discovered, 1642, H. 188, II. 
206. 

Farqnhar, M. Mentioned in D, Chr- 
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Farr, Eliz., Autograph of, IV. 121. 

FaxTBgo of several pieces. R. Fleeknoe, 
1666. 

Faxrar, R. Panegyrick to Lord General 
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Farrer, Fr. Translated Boaystuaii-s 
Theatrum Mundi, 1663. 

Farrier, Complete. Gerv, MarkJiam, 
1639. — Complete Horseman and ex- 
pert. T?io8. de Gray J 1639. — Expe- 
rienced. E, B., 169I, III. 207. 

Farthing, J. The Excise rectified, 
169J, IV. 138, III. 79.— To the 
Hon. Knights, &c. ... in Parlia- 
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Farthiiig Tokens, Declaration respect- 
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